Tag Archives: Depression

Still Standing

Sometimes we get knocked down. For a while. We lay there, supine, gazing at the world with hazy longing while an invisible anvil pins us to the bottom of an indifferent river. An eternity ticks by in slowww-motion, tick, tick, … Continue reading

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Naked Truths

Thinking, feeling, seeing newness in oldness, beauty in a soul laid bare, freedom to embrace it all. WHAT IS IT about old daguerreotypes, ambrotypes (collodion positives), and tintypes that still fascinates us nearly two hundred years after they were invented and replaced by … Continue reading

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Sirens

My whole world lurches sideways – familiar days and plans tumble violently from grasp, dates and weeks flounder in the murk of confusion, and I’m falling, falling again – I can no longer make sense of June, or how long … Continue reading

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