This is a short post. Blog writing has been slow. It's not that there are no words — I have 56 draft posts in all stages of nearly-done to mostly-undone. Perhaps words are insufficient right now. So, what's nourishing you? What helps? What keeps you feeling alive? I have previously posted about holding on to … Continue reading What’s nourishing you right now?
I was very taken with the methodology of the 'attentive walk' that Fran Kelly took in her article 'Hurry up please, it’s time!’ A psychogeography of a decommissioned university campus. I included some detail in my previous post: "Although I had walked the same paths before, this time I walked with intention and attention, taking … Continue reading An attentive walk
During the most difficult times in my life, I have noticed that one way people show empathy is by sharing something dreadful that they, or someone close to them, has experienced. There's a camaraderie in suffering, which can be both comforting and suffocating. Back in 2012, I had an ectopic pregnancy, after several years of … Continue reading Things I miss