Hi there, I imagine I've always liked patterns. Maybe you too? The patterns that show up in our human habits are specifically very cool to me. One pattern that revealed itself to my elder neighbor friend and me awhile back is when we cross paths frequently and when we don't.
So last week I shared with you the application letter I'll be submitting soon to Ann Friedman for her writing fellowship. I've got it down to a page now! (If you dance your way to the bottom of this post you can see the latest iteration.) I really appreciate the
I'm taking part in a writing circle and the host offered us experiments aligning with sound. I've felt distracted with life and death these past several weeks (past several years, too?) and so I let the simplicity of closing my eyes guide me while out on a birthday hike with
Starting can be a challenge. Re-starting something can be a challenge, too. Saying "hi" to someone new can be nerve-wracking. (Re)kindling a relationship, a practice, a habit, a routine, a ritual can take guts. Starting can lead to ease. Starting can lead to failure. Starting can unfold into joys