Guest Post by Linda Atkinson Linda Atkinson lives in Hardwood Lands, Nova Scotia. From her home there, and influenced by her years as a camping enthusiast and recreation professional, she enjoys observing and playing in the natural world. Late last spring, from my... Spring Carol Steel Snow pulls your cedar fence apart, pushes it slant. Crossbars slump into symbols for “less than.” Winter loosens its hold, sinks into flood, rushes the downward slope to the river. A red ribbon rides the melt, dangles on the lip of the... I saw a fire hydrant pushed of its base in my walk. I think a dragon did it. Dragons don’t like water, right? It’s an insult to their dragon fire. I’m looking for dragons, along with others from Stroll for Your Soul. Brian Swimme says the universe is... Circle of Melt (click on the image below to make it larger) In this Maritime slow snow melting season I notice the circle of melt around the trees. You may want to Practice Visio Divina with this picture. What is the warmth in your roots that sustains... Stop. Look. Wonder …. (click on the image to make it larger.) What longing in you is eager to emerge? What is being revealed to the world through you?