Snow blankets the area, melts, falls, and fills our world with white.
Sometimes nature comes in forceful reminders that it is more powerful than we who observe it.
Expo74 Celebrating Tomorrow’s Fresh New Environment
a few areas that could have used some warning signs.
We survive as a human race when we understand our relationship to each other– in our families, little neighborhoods, clubs, religious places, work places, gatherings. And in each of those … Continue Reading Slice of Life Ubuntu
A misty haze of the unimaginable befuddles my mind clouds my vision corrupts my foresight A misty haze of the contrary changes directions derails values disregards humanity A misty haze … Continue Reading NaPoWriMo In a Haze
I’d planned on marching with students today, March 24, 2018 #marchforourlives This sign deserves a pulitzer #marchforourlives (📸 @claremarienyc) pic.twitter.com/9qHcEjbhq6 — Liz Plank The Curve (@feministabulous) March 24, 2018 because … Continue Reading SOL18 Caucus
Today the fog flows in with the continuing chaos of news, a grey day, sun hidden away, covering its rays although we know at least spring seeps in. Art by … Continue Reading SOL18 At least
Hope believes most people plant peace. Images: by Sheri This post is written for11th Annual Slice of Life Story challenge hosted by Two Writing Teachers . During whole month of March, we will … Continue Reading SOL18 Plant Peace
1967-1970 Seniors in high school worried. The war in Viet Nam dominated the news. Debate surrounded the issue. But the young men in high school worried: would they be drafted … Continue Reading SOL18 Justice
We are in danger. We are in danger of always living in fear. We are in danger of always living with stress. We are in danger. Today, I read Slice … Continue Reading SOL18 Danger
1988 “Check with Anna on her project resources. Ask Sue if the library has resources for Andy. Hand back the practice introductions with feedback. Unpack the science materials for the … Continue Reading SOL18 Worth Retelling
[by Sheri; see on Flickr Yesterday I chose my One Word: Story. Everyone has a story. Today, I discovered my friend Helen DeWaard’s One Word: Frames. Frames structure our ideas– … Continue Reading Stories are Frames
By Sheri [Flickr] One Word. Story. We humans are stories, each of us unique and different, living out our lives according to our plans and obstacles, making life work as … Continue Reading One Word
This week, the cold and snow arrived. Winter is my least favorite season — just because of the freezing ice so slippery and dangerous. Here the old and new lavender … Continue Reading Slice of Life Peek