Monthly Archives: September 2014

drought in the desert

The very dry summer of 2014 has turned into the dry fall of 2014. It’s the desert, it’s supposed to be dry, they say. When you’ve lived in the high desert for decades, you begin to think in terms of … Continue reading

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not my friend

I was reading someone’s blog today and she set off a spark that’s turned into a fire of agreement. She talked about deep betrayal in a way I have only edged up to. She addressed something out loud that I’d … Continue reading

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