Beauty Cry

Fish Creek in Winter   I went on anti-depressants after mom died. Almost pre-emptively. In September 2016 I went to my doctor and she agreed that some of the sluggishness and swirly thoughts and exhaustion and arm-numbing anxiety I was experiencing could be mitigated. And I needed to mitigate them. I didn’t want to parent... Continue Reading →

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Every Body: Thoughts On My Daughter Realizing She’s a Girl

"If there is to be any redemption, this earth and no other, this body and no other, must have the capacity to take God's grace into itself."  Hans Urs Von Balthazar in Against the Gnostic Heresies So I have a friend who owns a company that sells blankets. These blankets are handmade by women who have... Continue Reading →

Everyday Influence -Muddy Waters

Pears on a Paper Doily, Mary Pratt, 1989   One of the best things about this whole project is to hear from different voices – the different language and vocabulary they use, the terms that have deep meaning to them. I’m also just struck by how they interpret the questions and form a response. For... Continue Reading →

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