Blank Walls, Empty Space (and An Announcement)

It began with open space.  Maybe, that’s how all things begin.  All good things, that is.  And, it began with need which, so often, provides fertile ground for creativity to take root.  This is what I remembered as I sifted back through layers of...

Mail Worth Crossing the Road For . . .

Our mailbox sits across a busy state road from our house.  It’s an old metal box equipped with a nifty yellow flag that pops up whenever the door is opened.  This way, we can tell at a glance, whether the mail is here yet.   I never cross the road...

A Hare, A Shovel, A Pale Blue Envelope

(photo via Unsplash: Gary Bendig) I walked out the back door and circled around toward the front of the house one recent Saturday morning, looking for the shovel.  I suspected it had been left leaning against the porch after a recent gardening project.  A...
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