by Meadow Rue Merrill | Sep 16, 2021 | Faith Notes |
September has long been my favorite month, and not just because I get to celebrate my birthday. But because it feels like the climax of the year, as if every seed and limb and leaf has been working together for just this moment to release its fruit before ceding to fall.
by Meadow Rue Merrill | Apr 5, 2018 | Faith Notes |
Forget January 1st, with its blustery, winter-bound resolutions. The New Year should commence on the day after Easter. What better time to say goodbye to the old and welcome the new than with the returning rays of light, the blossoming buds and the hope of the resurrection?
by Meadow Rue Merrill | Aug 25, 2014 | Faith Notes, Monday Meditations | How did it go so fast? I stare down the gun-barrel of Labor Day and see summer’s impending end. Wasn’t last week the middle of July? Too suddenly my children are ready to board the bus to school–one for his final year. Not ready! I wish to slow this...