Learning to Be Patient

I have a dear friend who is teaching me how to be a gardener. Not simply the art of gardening, but in being a gardener with patience to let the plants take root, grow and thrive in their own practiced time. It seems this year is a time of great patience for all and ifContinue reading “Learning to Be Patient”

A Prescription For What Ails

In the years that I have been day trekking around Wisconsin, I’ve found that a couple of hours in a forest can do a world of good for my body and soul. A two hour walk in a city can be rewarding but makes my feet hurt and my back yell at me enough thatContinue reading “A Prescription For What Ails”