On the Winter Solstice, Dec. 21, at noon in Manzanita, a group of Watershed Heroes spoke at a meeting of the Tillamook County Commission.
Archives for December 2016
When I was a child, I imagined angels like the ones in sentimental postcards, those romanticized winged guardians walking alongside a blond, middle-class boy and girl whose aggressive normality rendered them as iconic as their protector. [Read More]
Cultural authorities remind us of the reason for the season. Symbols of Christ’s lowly birth add feelings of pious humility to the flashy mash up of religion and commerce. [Read More]
It must seem a strange urge – to work with the dying.
Life is woven with threads from many ancestors.
When sun strikes on a sudden morning
through a frozen fog, the ransom of Autumn lost,
a glory stands in silvered white, a gleam so cold
that now the tree’s breath shines. [Read More]
Some people like to laughingly remind me of a time when I hated football. [Read More]