Nature is the most primal escape from technology that we can seek out to realign ourselves with our very humanity. ~ Pamela Leavey
I build my understanding and reason about all things in life around the nature that borders my world. I absorb the entities of nature that are around me.
I take up sometimes for the briefest of moments, the flight of the hawk, or the hop of the rabbit. I scream like the fox, I swish like the fish flowing downstream with the tide. I peer into the pool of water and find my reflection. I am the wild creatures and the wild creatures are me.
It is in the moments of communing with nature that I am free from the commonplace stresses of the world. It is in the moments that I let my imagination run wild and soar free, with the wild creatures around me, that I am free from the stresses of the world.
I build my sanity and reason around myself with the nature that surrounds my realm. I am the eagle hunting fish in the river. I am the squirrel storing nuts for winter. I am the buds on the trees in the spring. I am the river as to flows to the ocean. I am the ocean whose waves crash on the shore. I am the nature that borders my world.
I was hoping my move to the river a few weeks ago would provide me for good inspiration for my writing. It has taken me sometime to settle in to my new place and that has been a distraction from school, and of course my writing. The inspiration is starting to kick in, I am happy to say.
Writing has been my life and I’ve never fulfilled writing what I really wanted to write about so I am working on that now while I am working on BA at UMass Amherst University Without Walls where I am majoring in Creative Writing and Communication in the Digital Age.
I had a visitor to my front porch this morning. A little red squirrel who eventually started tearing into an old cushion on beat up wicker chair with a basket of fake forsythia in it. I grabbed the cameras. And then I grabbed my big 8.5″ x 11″ journal and started writing. I”ll take it… one page at a time.
Little Red Pays a Visit: Continue reading
Someone who works with It Takes A Village Animal Rescue, Inc in Delaware reached out to me to see if I could put together a website for the founder of the animal rescue so she could get more exposure for her good works in animal rescue.
The website is up and Cindi, the founder is busy with rescues and starting to utilize her new website. If you are looking for rescue dogs, please check out It Takes A Village Animal Rescue on the web and on Facebook.
Today is #NationalDogDay, be certain to give It Takes A Village Animal Rescue some love today!