D O G spelled backwards

31 Dec

Signs are important to me. Sometimes I ask for them. Sometimes they present themselves–almost out of the blue. Sometimes they’re a gift and sometimes they might feel very, very random.

This morning a post presented itself. Unsolicited. Random even. John Trudell. Conveyor of “coyote logics”. And bingo. LIGHT. Understanding of certain things I had been considering this past week. And near the bottom of this article, an interview with a man-child. An awesome being. Worthy of a cosmic high-five. Skip the article if the ideas put you off–but the interview–well, I recommend it.


We will have our own boy-child this evening. And hopefully a bonfire. And tomorrow, black-eyed peas and collards. And these gifts:

day before

the gift of a real Hope


and this–a gift from Christmas…


Holding each of you in my heart today…tomorrow…and on…as we continue this journey of, as Jude Hill often says”just going.”

6 Responses to “D O G spelled backwards”

  1. grace January 1, 2015 at 9:36 am #

    Love to you, Patricia and to all these young boys. Yes. Here we go.

    • Patricia January 3, 2015 at 3:30 pm #

      thank you Grace–for this and so much more

  2. Mo Crow January 1, 2015 at 10:29 am #

    Magic Days!

  3. jude January 3, 2015 at 2:11 pm #

    To Going then!

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