The Thaw

The thaw came quite suddenly, and without warning, the three-fingers deep snow that had blanketed the ground for months gone in the blink of a cardinal’s eye. The deer felt it first, with their sensitive pelts and skittish nature. We could see them all throughout this sleepy Midwestern town the night before, stamping their hooves … Continue reading The Thaw


It’s that time of year again… for the changing of the wardrobe. You know how it is, when you try to stretch those t-shirts into 40 degree weather, and you pretend you’re not freezing, despite the goosebumps all over your arms. Maybe you ditched the shorts, but maybe not, and if not, then goosebumps there … Continue reading Change