This morning I swore I heard a hummingbird. Twice. One of the things I left when I left the mountain were the hummers. For ten years, I harvested buckets of joy on the day when mid-April I first heard their trill. Part of my […]
Seasonal living and the sensual, sensate life.
Greg and I have been in negotiations over getting a dog. It’s been four years since Elvis, my full-of-personality husky, died, and with my artist-lover’s and my newly settled life together, it seems about time. But there’s Dottie, Greg’s canine-averse cat to think about. After […]
When I was a kid, my parents tortured my brothers and me with Taco Casserole, a conveniently prepackaged concoction you purchased for about $2.13, brought home, and mixed its five separate packages with ground beef to make what passed in my house for dinner. You […]