Monthly Archives: September 2019

Musings: September Nears

As autumn draws upon us, I am reminded of a poem I wrote in 2007. Entitled “As September Nears” the writing expressed my feelings on the “hurry-up-and-wait” cycles of my previous career and my longing for summer to linger just a little longer. When I stumbled across the piece in my old files, I was […]

Musings: Rocky Mountain High

“…quiet solitude, the forest and the streams, seeking grace in every step.” John Denver’s description is perfect. When you spend time in the Rockies, expect to be overwhelmed by the majesty, silenced by the solitude and inspired by grace. It’s a place that forces you to take your time. To take it all in. And […]