For the next month or so, I am reflecting back on summers in my past, partially to discern why my depression tends to get worse in the summer, and partially as a project to get myself writing again. I'm thinking back on those days, seeing what I did and how I felt, and seeing what … Continue reading The Summer of 2017
So how can I describe the experience of viewing a total solar eclipse? Not with pictures, I fear. I didn't bother trying to get any photos of the sun, because it just wasn't worth it: with a point and shoot or a smartphone, the photos wouldn't hold a candle to the professional ones that are … Continue reading The Hole in the Sky
I enjoy walking labyrinths. Labyrinths are maze-like structures that have been used as spiritual tools for centuries. There are many of them around, and I am in the habit of trying to visit a lot of them. For more information about labyrinths, check out The Labyrinth Society. I'm in Hopkinsville, Kentucky with my daughter in … Continue reading Labyrinth #15: Grace Episcopal Church, Hopkinsville, KY
On August 21, 2017, something amazing will occur. The moon will be precisely between the earth and the sun, and this will cause a total solar eclipse. I can remember several eclipses that have occurred during my life. When I was about six, my father woke me up before dawn to see my very first … Continue reading Kentucky 2017!