The roads are fast, but the walking is slow.
Expectations can get in the way of the light. (Neil Young)
Although she couldn’t see—we all knew this & she knew it, too—she still wanted to peek.
Massive bursts of Hamilton.
When you do pay attention, what currency do you use?
There is a place to go where memory doesn’t reach.
An apple ladder.
If you are afraid of something, put a handle on it. (Jonathan Ive)
Gloves laid on a table, like a passport, allow us in.
You can trap bees in a jar without a lid. A bee medallion, fit inside an antique shoe clip and suspended like a pendant hangs from a delicate brass chain around my neck. Bees are at risk in this world. We forget we need them. When they fly, bees don’t look up. They look forward, or even—they look left and right. When trapped in that circular space known also as a jar, looking up was not part of their exit plan.
Ten days of waiting for a biopsy result from an unplanned, sudden biopsy. When the news came, it came over a phone I didn’t know the doctor knew about. The news was good. That’s what benign means. It also means a mountain steeper than you want to climb. It also means: Be kind.
: Photo taken inside the school where my daughter teaches. This is how late she works at night.
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