Tag Archives: life and death

Mortal soles

Last evening we made the decision to allow our cat Wanda go to a peaceful end. At fourteen years old, some of her vital systems were failing. It would not do to see her suffer through weeks of difficulty. Our … Continue reading

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The Real Secret

A few years back I read that cryptic little book called The Secret. It supposedly unlocked powers or energies from the universe based on intentional thinking. But this morning while headed out for a run through a fog-shrouded world, it … Continue reading

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The mortality running through us all

I was exchanging texts this morning with fellow artist Kerri Hoskins Branson about a painting project we’re working on together through Water Street Studios, the artist’s collective where we both have gallery and studio space. I profiled Kerri in this … Continue reading

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Time as measured by pumpkins and apple cider donuts

By Christopher Cudworth There was a moment in the mid-season finale of the Starz series The Outlander in which the main character Claire Randall Beecham Frazier (you’ll have to watch to understand)¬†approaches a set of¬†stones on the hill of Craigh … Continue reading

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