The Stations of the Cross

The Stations of the Cross

A Valley and a Hill One Good Friday holy habit is to meander slowly by The Stations of the Cross which depict Jesus’ last hours.   In the center of San Luis, Colorado’s oldest town, a mesa rises above the vast valley, offering a poignant climb to Calvary.  ...
Answering the Question

Answering the Question

  Squirming came easy. Whether I was squished between my two younger sisters in the middle seat or stretched out on top of lumpy suitcases lining the rear compartment of the wood-paneled station wagon, finding a comfortable position required squirming creativity....
Stretched to the Shape of A Writer

Stretched to the Shape of A Writer

I have a confession to make. I love to read. That’s probably no surprise, if you know me. But here’s the thing. Sometimes: I read about running…instead of running. I read about eating healthy…instead of eating healthy. I read about praying…instead of praying. I read...
A-Mazing Daze of Play

A-Mazing Daze of Play

Play: to engage in sport or recreation: FROLIC ******* Walk past any playground and you will see a choice to be made. An empty bench says, “Sit here. Observe.” An empty playground says, “Come here. Enjoy.” The choosers are easily distinguished on such grounds:...

Attentive

at·ten·tive –adjective  \ə-ˈten-tiv\ : mindful, observant : heedful of the comfort of others: solicitious __________ As a child, summer reading was my favorite activity. Yes, I was that child. The one checking out the absolute maximum number of library books allowed....