Category Archives: Seasons

Accepting the Rain

June 5, 2018

For 19 days in a row, it rained. Daily. I’ve been over it for about 18 days. But now, the sun is smiling and the humidity is low, so I can write about accepting the less than desirable days. My metaphorical rainy season is also tapering off. Three months after Steve’s surgery in a snowstorm […]

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Change: It’s Inevitable

September 25, 2015

One of the constants in life is that nothing remains constant. Things change. It’s inevitable. You may embrace change, being bored with ruts and enticed by the hope of something new (that’s me!). Or your default emotion may be apprehension, preferring the familiar with its problems to the unknown. Some change is good and long-anticipated, […]

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Anticipation

September 3, 2014

I love seasons. The distant memory of growing up with four distinct seasons is what propelled Steve and I eastward when it was time to move on from California. Each one ushers in its unique beauty and symbolism. Each one also brings parts we’d rather do without. Kind of like life. Every place I’ve lived, […]

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