Tag Archives: Eco-spirituality

Year of an Open Heart

Today I celebrate my birthday. A while back I passed that half-century mark so this one isn’t a major milestone Read More →

Desire is the Parent of Fear

This was a morning of tears…intense tears welling up from the grief I carry within my heart for this planet…and Read More →

Zipping into Spring

Over the past several years I have focused on tapping into creative energy through my writing and photography with the Read More →

Children…Our Hope

Tonight I spoke to my local community’s cub scout group. We gathered at the St. Paul’s Episcopal Chapel in Magnolia Read More →

Everyday Miracles

The moist, warm earth yielded easily as my fingers pushed into it to create a home for each new plant…kale, Read More →

Peaceful Morning with the Manatees

Today’s encounter with manatees was nearly silent. There were few people and those present were quiet and respectful. For nearly Read More →

Alive in the World

White line spun off the reel as I frog kicked through the water-filled tunnel. Out of the green light of Read More →

Within the Earth

Sinking down…down through the large crack in the floor of the cave…floating gently down into the belly of the earth. Read More →


As I worked in the yard clearing, cleaning, trimming dead plants after the polar vortex put a deep freeze on Read More →

A Photographer’s Least Favorite Thing to Do

I am celebrating a huge project that was finished just today. For many years I have attempted to sort and Read More →