Monthly Archives: July 2016

Walking in the Woods, With Kids

I usually find a measure of restoration while walking alone through the woods.¬†Watching grass bend in a spring breeze or bow under the weight of snow soothes my anxieties. The rustle of leaves or a rippling brook, the cries of … Continue reading

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Tidal Pools

I lived in California for most of my childhood, and I was fortunate enough to make it to the beach with some degree of regularity.   My parents took the lot of us there on weekends, and there were field … Continue reading

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