The temperature reached a balmy 1-degree so I thought a walk was in order. New England’s tender pouch is presently being crushed in the hands of some angry, Norse deity of bitterness and frozen misery. Cabin fever is real, which says a lot considering the miracle of WiFi and food delivery services. I layered again … Continue reading Heart-chitecture

Green Under There

In New England, the weather is as much an emotional and psychological barometer as it is an actual indicator of abundance or depletion, of consistency or the wildly erratic. “It’s been a hard one,” is a phrase a lot of New Englanders say when we’re talking about long, punishing stretches of cold and snow. A … Continue reading Green Under There