the hills are alive

I had a hard time choosing a photo to go with this month’s light quote for my one little word. Only because I wanted to share something old from Greece. I opened that folder. And fell head-first like Alice down the rabbit...

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before the wine

These were hanging overhead on a trellis between buildings in the Greek town of Naoussa, on Paros. As promised (and not delivered while I’ve been sick for so long), a quote for my one little word. Wine is sunlight, held...

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a little bit of Athens

I know, I know. For the hundreds of (okay, well over a thousand) pictures I took, and all the pages of stories you know I have written down, how could it be that I’ve shared nearly nothing of it here, yet? I’m not...

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why I don’t go on vacation

Just after we returned from Greece, I wrote this in the first pages of a new moleskine.  I’ve been pondering it since then, as we have had visitors, as we talk about the trip, as we look ahead to school in a few weeks. We...

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cool, cool summer*

The last couple of months have been full. Full of           and a visit with Catherine on her last visit home from Sweden before she moves back to Canada. Other than being sick, these have all been...

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