Her words, read for years on this wide web. I can no longer remember how I found her, what slim silver thread led me to her.

I am finding that her words, off the screen and in my hands feel very precious–  both the long tapping hours and the breath-held precipice courage they represent.

But I am not fooled by the soft colors on the cover. This is a dangerous book. I have this sense, only a few pages in, that these words of hers could ruin me. In the best ways.

Can you guess where I’ll be this weekend?


3 thoughts on “Here

  1. Kristin Blankenship

    Yes, there is much food for thought in this book…I am so grateful that you brought this author and her thoughts to my attention. Her words speak to me right where I am.


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