Tag Archives: Ecuador

Winter Warmth

Warmth in picture form? Four years–and untold miles and tears–ago today, our family felt the Equatorial sun.  We saw birds enfolding freshly hatched offspring.  Sea lions lay together, nuzzling their sand-dusted babies.  On rocks a few feet away we saw … Continue reading

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Changing Seasons: Summer to Spring Segue

My husband Jim’s diagnosis hit us along with summer’s pulverizing heat.  Coming out of the air-conditioned hospital to lean against a cement pillar and weep was like stepping through a portal onto the tarmac in San Cristobal. For me the … Continue reading

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Deep-Purple Greens

I wish I had taken a picture of the purple cauliflower. Some images are as indelible in my mind as they would be had they been photographed and printed for me to look at daily, but I have to rely … Continue reading

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Solitario Jorge

While my husband was dying–in fact while he had fewer than three months left with us, though we all held hope for longer–we all packed up for his dream trip, which instantly became ours. Along the way, we met The … Continue reading

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