Me and Mom

My mother, Leoda Floradene Hall Wagner, walked on Sunday morning November 27, 2016, right on through the veil between this life and the next. I knew she was fading and ready to go. When it was clear Alzheimers had captured her brain several years ago, I said goodbye and told her to go when she […]

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A Creature of This Planet

I drove up to the land on Friday morning. By the land, I mean Terra Sophia, the land where my mentor Sue Hoya Sellars lived up in the Anderson Valley. A gorgeous, peaceful 20 acres of hills and valley, trees and clouds. Rain and winds were predicted for Friday and Saturday, possibly even thunderstorms. I wasn’t […]

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Humming with life

Sink your toes in Open your ears up Listen with your heart Every single leaf is alive Humming that song of life Let it resonate through your being Until you’re humming too. From the Palo Alto Baylands, April, 2016

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