Posts Tagged: journey
In a culture obsessed with timeliness, there is something especially freeing about three little letters: ish. When I have plans that start at 8ish, or I tell a friend I’ll meet them around 3:30ish, my posture shifts from rushed, hurried,
This morning I was hanging out with my friend Carolyn and had the urge to read the Velveteen Rabbit story. (I bought it as a gift for some friends who were having a baby, but never gave it to them.
“Midway on our life’s journey, I found myself In dark woods, the right road lost. To tell About those woods is hard–so tangled and rough “And savage that thinking of it now, I feel The old fear stirring: death is
(written Tuesday at 9:30AM) Traveling by train is unique. Every person on board has a different story about how they got here, where they’re going, where they came from, and why they decided to travel by train as opposed to