I recently stumbled upon a knitter’s blog wherein she called herself both a process and a product knitter. It gave me pause as I considered my current situation in terms of Process and Product – and in so doing, realized … Continue reading
Posted in Going Home, Knitting, spirituality, The Washington Adventure, What is Enough?
Tagged acceptance, awareness, completion, death, disappointment, enjoyment, enough, final product, knitting, process, product, progress, self-reflection, spirituality
I have been saving an e-mail from my friend Nancy for nearly a year. The e-mail announced the death of her father Pete, an elderly man in his late 80s. Pete’s death was not unexpected and it was, for him … Continue reading
Posted in 30 Days, spirituality
Tagged Christmas Eve, death, forgiveness, God, hope, life, regret, Solstice, spirituality, Stages of Grief, trust
“Cover them! I do not wish to see them!” says George C. Scott’s Scrooge to the Ghost of Christmas Present. He is speaking of the twins “Ignorance and Want” who are quickly hidden under the Ghost’s robe with the terrible … Continue reading