" the promise of everyday patience "


the first wisps of flurries tickle the earth with broad strokes, as the cold-front approaches. the number of thick coats and boots begin to appear in the streets, the hallways, the subway stations; their slick wet remnants upon all floor surfaces.

with best feet forward, and hopes for only good things to occur, we are implementing the changes in our daily lives for a more positive and beneficial outcome. as with every period of transition, future accomplishments lie in the quality of the details.

a shift in the seasons marked by a shift in ourselves. we recalibrate and make preparation for all to come, whether weather or interpersonal. and we are doing our best. 

tonight's homework:

plant a seed for change, personal, local, regional, global.