By Susan Lilley As the official (!) leader of the Episcopagan Church of America, I find that the rites of spring are different every year. Last year, as the post below reveals, […]
Poet, teacher, mama, friend, wanderer, wife, celebrator of life.
So proud of my niece Annsleigh as she finishes her first year as a Peace Corps volunteer in Albania. Beautiful, young sister siren!
Fave blog post of the day–by Mandy Len Catron “Because admitting to your deepest joys is just another way of having a lot to lose.” Oh wow–a love story about a love […]
By Susan Lilley The longest night is upon us, my beloved flock (Episcopagans and wannabes)! As I ponder how to spend this short day and long, long night, I recall that last […]
By Susan Lilley Last evening as I was leaving the local supermarket with a million things on my mind, I managed to miss my own car and walked a few cars down […]
By Darlyn Finch Kuhn “A woman’s body is the most beautiful thing in the world,” the artist says, and staring at the canvas he’s painted, I have to agree. The standing nude […]
What it’s like when a shooter comes to your campus: Florida State University, November 20, 2014 By Catherine Frederick I had the lights out and I was reading on my iPad when […]
By Susan Lilley When the clutch pops on the cemetery hill, I ask for directions and find out they don’t like to be called fortune-tellers. And here is the low, vine-swallowed cottage […]
By Karen Price Mother. Oh mother. Before I drew breath you knew me. You whispered (deep whirs) whispered my name in your sleep. When my father ascended from his pit of bright […]
Dear Bride How I loved your swan hiss and screech, your electric hair. I loved the ragged strips of cloth that bound your fragile arms, as if you could not trust […]