by Kathleen Raygoza
Sprays of forget-me-nots. Skies gone green, pink, and purple on cold winter nights. My new definition of isolation. These are musings and stories about the real-life highs and lows on America’s Last Frontier.
The Sudden Death of What the World and the Wolf Gave
We’re midway through the “Monday” of our year, and so far I’ve used it as a catch-up day. With the departure of Christmas company I have post-holiday blues and little messes to tend to. Twinkle lights and pine needles linger like Covid still haunts. It is rare for me to skip out on the ceremonial […]More