Believe} A Word Journey

A lot of people were happy to put 2020 in their rear view. Toilet paper and paper towel shortages were minor inconveniences compared to business closures and health concerns. It was an interesting (and frustrating year) here on the hill. It was the year that I learned to love grocery shopping and really dislike politics. […]


Winter has been slow to arrive this year, leaving the hillside with a patch here and there of grass that refuses to whither, holding on to its color as if it were a faithful evergreen.  When snow finally mantled the ground last week, change was obvious.  To everything there is a season. “For everything there […]