Posts Tagged with ‘winter’

Sunday Best – February 5, 2023

Things I appreciated this week: The flash of a cardinal in the bare lilac tree. The joy of running into an old friend on the street. The man in the park who warned me about the coming cold snap. The finding of my warmest hat, just in time. The goofy texts from my nephew, and […]

Sunday Best – December 18, 2022

On this day in 1966, the original Grinch animation was aired for the first time – the good one, the real one, the one with Boris Karloff. There is Cindy Lou Who, who is no more than two. There is Max with the reindeer horn tied on his head, sliding down Mount Crumpit. There is […]

Sunday Best – January 14, 2018

 “I Coulda Been a Contender!” * Absence and Loss Winter in New England has a stark beauty, and sometimes it also has a relentless gray bleakness, which brings a certain kind of reflection. Lately I’ve been considering the sharp pain of loss and the role that rituals and community can provide. We’ve spent centuries developing […]

Sunday Best – November 12, 2017

Deep in their roots, all flowers keep the light.    – Theodore Roethke I admit, this inspiration came from a curious source – it was the quote of the day on my Bloomberg terminal earlier this week. (Who says financiers can’t be poets?) The phrase struck me immediately, as lately I’ve been feeling the joy […]

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