Tag Archives: Kansas

So quiet it was loud: Signs of life

It was so quiet at the cabins we’d rented so quiet that after sitting still for twenty minutes the croaking of the bullfrog’s sunrise song the swish of the snakes in the lake wind through trees and warming waking insect … Continue reading

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Call a cab Mother Nature

About 4 pm yesterday, the limestone building that houses my office, shook…rumbled. I’d checked weather.com and its thunderboomer prediction and was so glad that I had a car in the parking lot…until a wee before 5 pm when the monsoon swelled … Continue reading

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Liminal space or “the in-between”

  Lately, I’ve been frustrated – tearful at times – with the great in-between I’m in. It seems a chasm, a Grand Canyon between the returning to Kansas and the next unknown season of purpose. This in-between is “liminal space” or the … Continue reading

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