I posted this map earlier, but as our community grows, I'm posting it again so all can see where readers are based.
Tomatoes, corn, bamboo, whatever it is you like to eat, we’re finally getting close to that time of year when all growing things are ready for the kitchen. Except in New England, where there’s been nothing but rain this non-summer. Here it is, mid-July, and our corn is about as high as a tall mouse’s eye! (See below)
Another assignment for a coping story has led me to Kathleen Hall, a woman very much "on the verge." Kathleen's eclectic background includes lengthy stays with aboriginal groups, graduate-level study of the world's religions, plus training in stress reduction, biofeedback and healthy eating from the likes of Dean Ornish, Herb Benson and other medical luminaries known for their findings in research related tto human mind/body connections.
For years, I’ve tried to meditate, and failed.
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Retired reporter, writer, wife, mother, stepmother, grandmother, photographer, singer, knitter, kayaker, cook, swimmer -- not all at the same time
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Swimming as Meditation
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