Daily Delight

For many months, daily delights have felt like a self indulgent luxury. So many people are dying that bodies are being stored in refrigerated trucks. That grim reality makes me feel like focusing on daily delights is a privilege and incongruous with the current state of affairs. However, when discussing this with a dear friend, …

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Daily Delight: Colorado’s August Sunflowers

I have written about my love for Colorado's wild sunflowers that pop up in early August, heralding in the subtle beginnings of autumn. They adorn most major streets, swaying gently when the cars swish by. If you head east on Platte, there are fields and fields of them, their black seed faces stretched toward the …

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Daily Delight: The Ritual of Plant Watering

There's something about the nightly ritual of filling up a large container to the brim with water and nourishment for my plant babies. Then carting it around the house, filling the pots with one hand and picking off browning parts of the plant with the other hand. After I finish watering the potted plants, I …

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