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December Lights

1 December.  The first day of the last month of the year. More than the other eleven months, I find December charged with both anticipation and aftermath.  The year is winding down, the holidays are gearing up.  We seem to … Continue reading

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17 December – Luminarias

Northern New Mexico is my home.  I was born in the Land of Enchantment, and more than four decades later, I’m still under its spell.  Christmas time in New Mexico is especially magical for me.  Of all the regional traditions … Continue reading

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15 December – Migration, hibernation

The sky fills with migrating geese, the forest with hibernating bears and sleeping trees. When it is winter, what parts of you want to dig deep burrows and rest until spring?  How do you honour that instinct? How does this … Continue reading

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14 December 2014 – Ghost of Christmas future

Are there actions undone, words unsaid, gestures not yet made that you would regret not having done?  What are they? List them.  You might start each sentence with ‘I will regret it if I don’t …’ Perhaps it’s a story … Continue reading

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December 2 – A Potpourri of Prompts

For today, a potpourri of prompts, like a basket of baubles.  Take one and hold it up to the light.  Take many and string them together like a paper chain.  Take a few and join them together with sticky tape … Continue reading

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