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June 19, 2020

From my June 2020 newsletter ( ...

When I started posting photos to Facebook and Instagram, most of us were quarantined. Some of us were anxious. And, I wanted to give folks a glimpse of the world outside our doors. A daily moment of Zen. But, now we're launching back out there. Some of us are eager to leave; some may hang out at home longer. But, these balloons symbolize our flight into a new unknown. Starting this week, my daily photos have taken on a slightly different theme. This one's "Ready to Launch" from Bagan, Myanmar (Burma).

Stop over to my Facebook page or Instagram account to check out more photography by my husband, Mike Knowlton, and me and share some feedback in the comments.  Thanks!

April 10, 2020

Excerpt taken from my newsletter: 

A few days ago, I re-read T.S. Eliot's poem, The Wasteland, which opens with the line:

"April is the cruellest month." 

Eliot wrote his classic of modernist poetry in the aftermath of World War I, when Europe and America were reeling from death and destruction. I fear that Eliot's words may again be all too apt for the April we're facing today -- although the battle is against an enemy that's unseen until after it attacks. I take hope from the fact that, when Eliot wrote The Wasteland, the world had survived. Battered and weary, but carrying on. And, the world will again survive Covid-19, despite devastating loss of life and an economic toll that will be felt far into the future.

During the rainy days ahead, both in Apr...

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