I wanted to learn to read the wind, to harness its power and feel the surge of the boat slicing through the waves. I wanted the exhilaration of being one with nature. Only now do I realize each sailing lesson is like a Petoskey stone, a rare treasure to be pulled from my pocket when puzzled, when storm clouds rumble ominously around me, when life seems to stall and I feel I can no longer breathe.
One can sail any compass heading save that which points directly into the wind. Therefore, when face-to-face in a blustering blow or even the breath of a breeze, to sail forward one must first “fall off” the wind, honoring its direction.
The same is true with relationships.
From briefcase to pen, paper and camera, one woman's journey to influence
how we care for the environment, our seniors, each other.
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Tiny Treasures, a collection of wildflower photographs and poetic prose, available by contacting me.
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