Hello at the end of Winter Break and Winter Term, I am home and my mind is flying filled with thoughts of no particular order, for no specific reason, and with such randomness and speed that sleep, at least presently, is unlikely. How does this happen? Why does it happen? And what comes from it?Continue reading “Reaping and Sowing”
Monthly Archives: January 2023
What is home and why?
Hello from South America. New Year’s Eve in Nicaragua can be characterized by three things: family, fireworks, and food. Certainly there are other elements for some, the usual celebratory “necessities,” but fireworks are a central part of it all. Everyone has some and they are exuberant in their using pyrotechnics to celebrate a new year.Continue reading “What is home and why?”
When Fragility becomes a Companion
Hello from my table . . . It is my last day in Nicaragua, and it has been a learning experience. That seems to be the way most experiences go for me, and more an more, the learning has created an increased sense of fragility. I am glad for more reasons than not I thatContinue reading “When Fragility becomes a Companion”
The Loss of a Lutheran Giant
Good morning from my corner table at La Casa de la Pradera, While I worked on another blog extensively yesterday, this morning brought new information that has changed my focus. It seems that is how life works. I have lived it to a degree not recently experienced this past week. My reality of age isContinue reading “The Loss of a Lutheran Giant”