Monthly Archives: June 2021

Thank You, Weston…I Hear You

Last night was a magical evening of friends and neighbors honoring one of the titans of Weston. On a normal Owl day, I would tell you more than you wanted to know about the goings-on–it was a night of remembrances, new meetings and old friends, and more than anything, a warm gathering of “the old guard”. I am honored to

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Sunday Gratitude

“IX” by Wendell Berry I go by a field where onceI cultivated a few poor crops.It is now covered with young trees,for the forest that belongs herehas come back and reclaimed its own.And I think of all the effortI have wasted and all the time,and of how much joy I tookin that failed work and how muchit taught me. For

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