Brushing Away the Night

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The image in this post sums up how I’m feeling today after weeks of cold, snowy days and punchy children home from school. Check out this blog, let his images sweep you away. If just for a breath or two.

The Aerial Horizon

Brushing away the nightAs the day brushes away the night, the paths we have left behind us vanish into the ether leaving faint fragments, memories, of our toils and the journeys we embarked upon with a sense of permanence…We leave our marks, not as loud and lasting echoes, but as temporal murmurs in flashes of color in the heavens.

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About Grass Oil by Molly Field

follow me on twitter @mollyfieldtweet. i'm working on a memoir and i've written two books thus unpublished because i'm a scaredy cat. i hail from a Eugene O'Neill play and an Augusten Burroughs novel but i'm a married, sober straight mom. i write about parenting, mindfulness, irony, personal growth and other mysteries vividly with a bit of humor. "Grass Oil" comes from my son's description of dinner i made one night. the content of the blog is random, simple, funny and clever. stop by, it would be nice to get to know you. :)

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  1. Hi Molly,

    This is a bit weird but I found your blog through googling “right side of the body pain” and there you were talking about exactly that and chakras. It was amazing, we had twin right side problems. Anyway i loved what you wrote, and promptly did the triangle yoga pose you said helped when your bum hurt. Thank you thank you thank you. Relief at last. Anyway on top of that I love your writing and your blog. cheers mari

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