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A Peaceful Desert Walk


The last time we walked in this desert, we had our Boston, TazE, with us.

The desert was greener and healthier looking. Our walking path this year had dog tracks, reminding us of our furry friend. She’s back in Montana being well cared for. Our rental this year doesn’t allow pets.

There’s been a fire since our last visit here. The desert brush all is scorched.

But it still is a peaceful place to walk. I knew we were 3/4 of the way around our course when this familiar landmark showed up.

It is a beautiful, clear blue sky 70 degree day. Wish you were here!

Do you have a peaceful place to walk undisturbed where you are?

It was invigorating!

Meantime, back in Montana, the antelope are enjoying a peaceful day, too. But their weather is considerably different from what we’re experiencing here in southern CA. Look at the picture my friend, Elaine, sent me today:

We are happy to be taking a sunshiny break for awhile.
Our friends from Ennis just came to join us for a couple days. Yay!
Wish you were here, too.

See ya tomorrow.

Disciples in the Desert


Walking On the Sand

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Today I am putting on
a purple shirt of majesty.
I am walking through the desert
As a queen in her sand castle.

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Walk with me!
Enjoy the desert beauty.

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The clear blue sky is my ceiling.
The palm trees stand like
guardian statues on the path –
Majestic and serene.

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Shadows fall from the sun
setting behind the graceful fronds.
I will examine the trees’ trunks,
seeing a text of eternity.

I’ll consider the roadrunners
as students of our January summer.
I will scour the sky for signs
as if my future were written upon it.

I will walk with my best friend
in mutual silence;
Disciples in the desert,
in praise of its mysteries.

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Time to go.

I’ll be back.

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