Monthly Archives: December 2013

Winter life

A lot of times when I see people writing about winter time, it is put in terms of the land “sleeping,” of a period of dormancy, stillness, rest, but I realized recently that I’ve never felt winter that way. It … Continue reading

Posted in Land and Land Spirits | Tagged , | 2 Comments

Even walls fall down (especially if suitably undermined)

He asked two days after Christmas, and I was momentarily perplexed. But only momentarily: . . . He asked in July, barely two weeks after I’d realized He was real. It was a song that came up when I randomly … Continue reading

Posted in Loki | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

Always room for another

I feel like this time, I was followed home. Although really, I noticed while I was out that there was a long piece of leaf/twig from a Western red-cedar that had somehow got caught in my scarf, and I looked … Continue reading

Posted in Land and Land Spirits | Tagged , , , | 6 Comments