Tag Archives: Nature

Singing Sands

Squak! Bark!  Bark! With each step, the pale dry sand yelps and squeaks, emitting strange sounds as we shuffle our bare feet along the isolated Oregon beach. Honk! Squeak! We laugh out loud, my new husband and I, delighted by … Continue reading

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Zen Lessons from a Vulture

A vulture perched on the roof of my house this morning, its black wings folded against a luminous blue April sky. My first thought was, “Oh, this is a bad omen – someone is going to die!” because that’s the … Continue reading

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April in Austin

Crickets sing out to Geckos clinging white porch walls Wildflower night breeze

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