The day will arrive when we recognize the cliff faces and mountainsides are the journey and our steps and hard-beating hearts are the wings that carry us to each new summit and over rocky terrain easy is long forgotten but the thrill the challenge the journey is our purpose no matter the steep path ahead … Continue reading Buttress

A Fine Day

A gentle start before the race begins all paper and lists and tapping keys a fine day at hand from my window to the world a kiss of the sea carried upon the air - Caroline A. Slee

Umberto Eco #FridayPhilosophy

I have come to believe that the whole world is an enigma, a harmless enigma that is made terrible by our own mad attempt to interpret it as though it had an underlying truth. - Umberto Eco

Muddling Along #MondayBlogs

The day-to-day world makes demands and calls those demands “life” we rush, we hustle, we go without pause while the real world waits beneath the smoke and mirrors of all of the “oughts” and “supposed to” we muddle along, doing what’s right forgetting that “right” was defined by illusions the world waits for our awakening … Continue reading Muddling Along #MondayBlogs

Aloha in a proverb #FridayPhilosophy

“Mohala i ka wai ka maka o ka pua – Unfolded by the water are the faces of the flowers.” - Hawaiian proverb

Country Road

A place without the rush of traffic the anger of sharp horns blasting impatience A place where the night sky lights itself with stars far from the haze of city lights glowing A place removed, set apart to restore and recover our dreams A place that waits for us to breathe at last outside the … Continue reading Country Road

Spread Thin #MondayBlogs

Photo by Alex Andrews on Pexels.com The sky is spread thin to cover us without end stretched farther than possibility to allow the light to shine through Life is spread thin to maintain this strange balance stretching farther than reality to allow for everyone to survive The sea is spread thin burdened by our cares … Continue reading Spread Thin #MondayBlogs

Saturday Mornings

The list of the day the cleaning the laundry the filing and folding preparation for the week and the days still to come music playing while hands stay busy as the week comes to its close and the chores demand their turn - Caroline A. Slee

Silent Storms

Photo by Phil on Pexels.com The greedy earth soaks up the rain as our spirits heal and find peace within the raging storm - Caroline A. Slee


Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com We say it like it is a bad thing - molasses in January the slow motion of sweetness as it moves through our lives forgetting the foundation sweet rising from sweet always creating more in a snowball effect we could find in those frosty months - Caroline A. Slee