Monthly Archives: October 2009

Truer colors

Autumn is a-riot in the woods around me, here in the Piedmont area of North Carolina. As if I was not in love enough with these trees, now all the woods have gone to town with their lipstick on and … Continue reading

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What’s my line?

I think the heart is a compass, and desire its needle. When floating freely, the needle swings, seeking the invisible lines of magnetic attraction that align with True North: that place or work or passion that gives greatest meaning to … Continue reading

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On my way back … or is it forward …

I am an unabashed amateur foodie. I love looking at the raw ingredients (ever noticed how pretty purple-white onions are at the farmer’s market, where the ladies peel the skins off to show the shiny insides? Sigh …), and imagining … Continue reading

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