From the North Country…

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It’s my last day of this particular Wisconsin visit. Negative eight degrees is pretty darn chilly for a southern girl like me.

The dark is lifting as this day begins. Through the drawn-back curtain, I receive a gift. The full moon is setting over the snowy-and-icy fields. It is more orange than golden, reflecting the rising sun and framed by pinky oak leaves still clinging to their tree branches.

I watch this moon sink into the horizon. Thank you, God, for this moment, this day, this life.

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  1. Happy am I for the awareness that gives these sacred moments. Blessings on you dear Deb…for this new year. Today, eve of Epiphany, honoring the seeking and the finding, and reflecting on our many gifts. Love, Kath

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