Tag Archives: Trees

Neighborhood Kids

Kids here in Jordan often play in the street without their parents nearby. The older ones take care of the younger ones. You can see their moms sometimes peek out the windows from their apartments. Yesterday, there were several kids … Continue reading

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Fitting In

Written August, 2016 Fitting in? No, I’ve never fit in. I’ve never been in… community. Well, a few times… but I’ll get to that. Church… brings back memories of hiding in the bathroom… how many times can I go to … Continue reading

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On Losing Childhood

Written in December, 2015 when my husband and I visited my childhood home in Atibaia. My favorite tree is dying. Its branches are drying up and falling off. It’s weary back sways in the soft cool wind. I hear its … Continue reading

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