So here's a bit of an audio blog.
Gary and I have just finished a several-week set of engagements. First we were in Tacoma, WA to work for 6 days with the innovators of the University of Puget Sound's Environmental Policy and Development Program. Next stop was Carbondale, CO for Gary to do a public reading and writing craft session with Aspen Words, and for us to offer another Nature of Grief workshop.
Every bit of this work extended our engagement in the remarkable dialogue between the natural world and we humans. It has such richness. In both directions! But especially for assisting we who live with frontal lobes to live well in the inevitability of change.
Here's a radio interview we got to do - sitting in an academic office in Tacoma, holding the phone receiver between our ears. It was a lively conversation with the host for Valley Voices - Amy Hadden Marsh - who is as adept with interviewing as she is smart. Amy called us from Carbondale's KDNK.