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My favorite professor in college was a man of stories. He was the head of the Philosophy and Religious Studies department, and had a background of military service, psychotropic drugs, and a time he hitchhiked from Canada to, wait for it, Hawaii. This professor shaped my college experience in so many ways, from how he lectured, to leading a class I was able to attend post-graduation on the Camino de Santiago. But his… Read More

December marked my first venture into mini-sessions! I had a fantastic day early in the month working with several families over the course of one day. I spent my morning at a tree farm, and finished my day in a friend’s neighborhood next to a gorgeous lake. The day was one of Virginia’s warm-winter days–we have a lot of those, especially tis time of year–and I was certainly sweating by the time… Read More

I have another entry that I thought was going to be my next post here, all about beer, and a sense of place, and where you call home. And given that new year’s coincides this year with a new moon, there is part of me that wants to write about the reckoning of time, and the way, judging by social media, the Gregorian calendar holds so much power for something invented wholly… Read More