The Superior Life begins and ends with thoughts about the essential desire for simplicity: "I wish for nothing more than this cobble beach, this sun..." and "I do not wish for more than sun's time..." Honestly, I just realized that the book ends just as it begins!--it looks like a plan, but it wasn't! It's the innate longing for simplicity, primal within me--and within most of us, I'd dare guess.
To jump in chilly waters just do a few squats
A blog to encourage....
the hearty to grab a paddle, the awake to look for the moon
over Superior, and the harried to listen to silence...
or, really, just a few updates on The Superior Life, a little book of poems with sketches of some amazing northern places, dear to many hearts.