Author Archives: tinthia

About tinthia

Wondering, searching, and wandering, I'm an earth witch with a desire to get it right in my lifetime. The flow of the river feeds my inner goddess and fuels my soul. Blessed be. :}

She…He…It’s Baaaaaack!

The duckling count is dropping. The piddly number of six ducklings is now down to five and I don’t have to look very far to find the reason why. Now, I’m not implying that the snapping turtle is snapping up … Continue reading

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Just when I had given up all hope!

I’m a grandmother. Continue reading

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Freaky Spring

It’s been one heck of a freaky spring, here on the Concord River. Continue reading

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A Room With A View

Or My Tangle With COVID-19 On the morning of Friday, April 23, it started with a feeling that someone, or something, had come into my bedroom during the night and beaten me with a rubber hose. I had achy-breaky-muscle-and-bone achiness. … Continue reading

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A Journey of a Thousand Blog Posts

Life moves at a steady pace on the Concord River. Continue reading

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Winter’s Parting

Adopting rescue cats. Continue reading

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A Rather Blustery Start to March

Spring is coming to the Concord River. Continue reading

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Yesterday, I heard Spring singing.

May those who died from COVID RIP. Continue reading

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My Pocket Had a Hole In It

Well, it seems my pocket of joy had a hole at the bottom because all my joy leaked out. Today I sent my cat of 18 years to that great lap in the sky. Shad was a great cat. He … Continue reading

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Pockets of Joy

I am confident it won’t come as any surprise to you when I write my next words: (Virtually cracking knuckles to limber up my fingers.) Life has had the joy sucked out of it like a little lamb suckling milk … Continue reading

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