Category Archives: The journey

A Thousand Words

Himiko tugged at her obi, flattening the already perfectly flat fabric for the hundredth time as she watched the distant island grow slowly larger on the horizon. Aside from this small betrayal by her hands, she stood completely motionless at the rail … Continue reading

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The view from in here

Rachel over at Velveteen Rabbi posted a Shabbat poem that included this lovely bit of imagery: Open me… …to a boat lazily drifting on the glassy surface of my heart’s own pond And then Terri Windling put up a right-up-my-alley … Continue reading

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Happy May Day!

Watch, enjoy and let this song make your day 53%* happier! The Mowgli’s, “San Francisco” *Error rate +/- 3 percentage points, based on a sample of 1 randomly selected blogger.

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The power of handmade

So, last night we opened our three-week run of South Pacific (it went really, really well!)… I have stretched and learned so much over the last couple of months! Community theatre is a radically different world from the big regional … Continue reading

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On the opening of doors

I’ve had a couple of neat experiences recently that I think may be related in obscure ways, to do with relationships, and connections, and being open to possibility. First, after 12 years offstage, I have stepped back into the world … Continue reading

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PBP – Belonging (plus books)

[NOTE: This post has NOTHING to do with the current iteration of the perennial “who’s pagan” discussion; I don’t have the energy for it, and I honestly don’t care enough what other people call themselves – or me – to … Continue reading

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