The corn is harvested and the hay is baled. The dried up corn stalks are tied to lamp posts downtown on Main Street and the square hay bales line the sides of a trailer for a hayride. Scarecrows and Jack-o-lanterns greet the shoppers as they stroll along the brick sidewalks. But the cotton hasn’t been…Read More
The basement smelled funny and and the fluorescent lights made it brighter than it needed to be. The few of us were scattered all over the large, center room of the basement. We kept to ourselves and we drew our pictures and colored our papers on the long rectangle tables. Mom was in a meeting…Read More
The summer heat lingers on the first day of autumn. The crisp and cooler days will come. The leaves will turn and fall. Until then, I’ll wait. I’ll look for the golden leaves, the red and orange ones too. Fall, Leaves, Fall Fall, leaves, fall; die, flowers, away;Lengthen night and shorten day;Every leaf speaks bliss…Read More
Hello, I’m Marie.
I’m wholeheartedly devoted to learning how to live like it matters and passionate about encouraging others to do the same.
This is where we can learn together.