A Bird for the Rafters

Lissa has been able to join us in Moscow and get some distance from the social upheaval in Haiti.* The clay bird she made today has found its way into the rafters of our back [...]

Baseline Creep for the Black River

Annette Joseph, an Episcopal Priest working in rural Missouri, and I met at Sportsman Park in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, to do a Global Earth Exchange. Our focus was on "Baseline Creep", a term that describes [...]

Remembering Victims of the Tsunami

I want to make beauty for the people in the Tohoku region who were hurt in the tsunami-earthquake-nuclear disaster last year, to pray for their peace of mind and for their unwillingness to give up hope.

Fire Island Bird

Hurricane Sandy tore through Fire Island, breaching the thin strip of land in two places. The bay rose, trashing all the marinas and town waterfronts; the ocean pounded some houses to smithereens, tore decks, roofs [...]

Mississippi River

What an amazing and beautiful time we had along Crooked Creek in rural Missouri. We gathered at Pat Tohulske’s Elemental Earthcamp (http://www.elementalearthcamp.com/Elemental_Earthcamp/ ) on Friday, setting up our tent sites between storms. Earthcamp is a [...]

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