Archives for July 2014

July green on the lake

  I’ve watched it catch the blue of a brilliant October sky.  Or mimic a monotonous mass of gray cloud too listless to move on.  But today Fuller Lake, a refuge that many miss in central Pennsylvania, is a green gem that mirrors the pines ( and others trees I can’t name) that have descended […]

The kingdom of what?

I find the world news deeply disturbing. I have a running list. I grieve for the 219 girls that were kidnapped by the terrorist group Boko Haram in Nigeria. After three months they have not been found.  Meanwhile, the kidnapping of more girls in that region continues, just on a smaller scale that does not […]