Monthly Archives: March 2017

Early Spring Tableau

My desk as this early spring afternoon slips over to dusk — Belvenie on the rocks, in a lovely tumbler Eric bought. He would approve. My sketch book with a drawing of tulips I bought yesterday. Last week I figured out … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Life Changes, Running | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

#daylightsavingstime

My conversation with Adrienne about daylight savings time started on Instagram. Under her photo of scrambled eggs and coffee she wrote daylight savings is weird. #theend. When I commented I want my hour back she replied every year! Time for the … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Grief, Life Changes, Moving On, Poetry, Time | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Bookmaking

  I’ve been making books (the first definition of bookmaking is someone who takes bets –those of us making actual books come in second).  I’ve learned how to fold sheets of paper into zines and bind pages with the five hole … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Justice, Running, Writing | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment