March 8, 2012

A return to Rilke

I return to Rilke when I am feeling particularly discouraged. And to this letter. This letter haunts me, because I feel the call, that desire, that […]
February 29, 2012

An extra day

Sometime in kindergarten or first grade, maybe even sooner, I learned the Mother Goose rhyme designed, at least in my mind, to help me remember how […]
February 23, 2012

Branching Together

Branching Together opens tonight at Gallery 51 in North Adams! Branching Together unites the work of Helen Hiebert, Sun Young Kang and Michelle Wilson, three artists […]
February 14, 2012

Loving what IS

Loving, being with the now, what IS, is my biggest challenge. Worry walks along side of me daily. It rarely leaves my side. As I get […]
January 29, 2012

The Self-Portrait

I have a deadline. A writing deadline. Usually that means a nice delicious cake or cookies or other tasty treat bakes in the oven, while I […]
January 16, 2012

Kitchen Brook Trail

Kitchen Brook Trail begins in my backyard, zigzags through the woods and connects with the Old Adams Road. The trail is fairly unofficial. It’s not on […]