Monthly Archives: July 2012

Westcliffe freedom

Something about the wind in my hair reminds me I’m free. The windows open, the tendrils of hair that never seem to remain in a pony tail whipping my cheeks and the watering of my eyes from the wind with … Continue reading

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What we choose to see

We choose what we see. We can opt to stand still and smile at the humorous gymnastics of a chipmunk or find the butterfly perched on clover magical or open our shades at night and fall in love with the … Continue reading

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This is going to be good

Today is the day I leave. My suitcase was packed last night, the rest of my personal belongings that have been scattered throughout this cabin have been gathered and organized in one spot to make my leave-taking efficient. Tears have … Continue reading

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I almost didn’t hike today

Today’s clouds still hung low over Moraine Park with only the top of a few peaks illuminated this morning, like the hand of God or the Universe Queen or whatever the heck you want to call it, was pulling something … Continue reading

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Trust in my ability to drive

It Takes Courage To Grow Up And Be Who You Really Are. 
~E.E. Cummings There is a cardboard box from Kinko’s sitting on my counter, 350 pages awaiting my attention, patiently awaiting my journey to my artist in residence program … Continue reading

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