Monthly Archives: February 2013

beloved community

At first, we thought they were tire tracks, and were disturbed. Great shovels of sod were torn from the field, leaving open the clay beneath. Hundreds of these holes, nearly a foot deep in places and as long as it … Continue reading

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in the deep midwinter

And here we mark midwinter: the celebration of Candlemas, 40 days after Christmas, has become Groundhog’s Day, the morning when, it’s said, the groundhog emerges from his winter’s sleep to determine how long winter will continue. If he sees his … Continue reading

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