I’m sitting on the rock at the entrance to the Cretan labyrinth in the side yard. A visitor once named this labyrinth “Mother and Child” because of the dark stones enclosing the white stones.Continue reading “Fir Cones on Labor Day”
Late afternoon on Nov. 1, All Saints Day.Continue reading “Puff Balls on All Saints Day”
On New Year’s Eve, I took a morning drive out to H.J. Carroll Park to help repair the labyrinth.
A day or two before Christmas, news had spread among local labyrinthers that the meditative path in the park was all kerfuffled.Continue reading “On Holy Ground”
On September 23, 2010 (the evening of the harvest moon), Christine Hamby, with the help of labyrinth-lovers from the parish, created an illuminated labyrinth in the Parish Hall of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Port Townsend, Washington.Continue reading “The Beauty of Holiness”