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Review: H Is for Hawk
I wanted to do a belated review of a memoir I bought last summer and finished late last year, Helen Macdonald’s H Is for Hawk (Grove, currently $4.96 on Kindle). Hard to write a short review of this gorgeous book. … Continue reading
Posted in Reviews Tagged England, grief, hawks, healing, Helen Macdonald, memoir, naturalist, nature, outsiders, power, T.H. White, wildness Leave a comment
“It’s OK for our hearts to be broken over the world. What else is a heart for?” ~ Joanna Macy
A Hell of a Year
2016 has been a hell of a year. It feels too soon to do a retrospective, but it’s been the kind of year where I uploaded a picture of a Facebook friend’s beautiful young dog running through some snowy woods … Continue reading
About last night…
Wow. A mixture of feelings here, but one predominates. After watching the increasingly grim CNN election footage for a number of hours and realizing that Hillary Clinton was not going to win, I went on Facebook and wrote, “I personally … Continue reading
Posted in News, Personal Tagged Bill Maher, cnn, David Fredrickson, donald trump, Facebook, garrison keillor, grief, Hillary Clinton, hope, michael moore, presidential election 2016, spiritual, trauma, traumatic events 1 Comment