Tiger girls' hockey advances to semis
MIDDLEBURY — The second-seeded Middlebury Union High School girls’ hockey team had little trouble in Wednesday evening’s home Division I quarterfinal, blanking visiting No. 7 South Burlington, 7-0.
The harder part begins next...
Faith in Vermont, California Sabbatical: Sing a Song of Traffic
The other day, my daughters were playing on the brick patio that constitutes the backyard of our rental house in Berkeley, California. As two of them scooted around on toy cars belonging to our landlords’ son, I observed the following...
Gary Margolis: In honor of Shakespeare's First Folio visting Middlebury College
In Honor of Shakespeare’s First Folio
Visiting the Middlebury College Museum
Inside the box, under glass,
the air ‘s 1623 again. The paper
we’re told, woven from a pauper’s
Faith in Vermont, California Sabbatical: This Old House
About nine months ago, my husband and I decided to start looking for a place to live during our sabbatical in Berkeley, California. Sitting at home in Vermont, we assumed it would be no problem to find a furnished rental home for a family with...
Out and About: Twist O' Wool Guild
In November, I announced in this blog space that I would be making more of an effort to go to at least a few of the many interesting events I come across as the community calendar editor at the Addison Independent. I hoped to attend one event...
Faith in Vermont, California Sabbatical: The Honeymoon Ends
Our first two days in Northern California were filled with palm trees, rainbows, and loving grandparents. On the morning of the third day – the day we would leave the comfort of the grandparents’ house and move into our rental house...
Faith in Vermont: California Sabbatical, Day 1: Palm Trees!
“Wait, people are just allowed to have palm trees in their yards?” my eldest daughter marveled on our first day in California’s Bay Area.
The palm trees have been the undisputed highlight of California thus far, the first...
Poem: I won't vote for a camel-
I won’t cast one vote for a camel-
haired coat. I’d rather be thrown-out
in the snow and live in my state
of standing up, saying no.
It doesn’t know my neighbors
and I love sleeping in the cold
Faith in Vermont: Saying Goodbye: It's Deja vu All Over Again
Last week, the woman behind me in the Hannaford supermarket check-out line asked if I knew where Salon Déjà vu was located. She wanted to get a gift certificate for somebody, she told me, but the address that she’d been...
Faith in Vermont: Current Events, Common Sense, and Craft Fairs
It is difficult for the human mind to commit itself to one thing, and to maintain focus upon that thing in order to see it through to completion.
This is particularly true for parents of young children, who may have only two uninterrupted...