Letter to Strangers

Posted by Margaret Ma on

  It had been a few months since I had heard from my cousin Jane, so I was pleasantly surprised when I got a text from her. “Wanted to share a horrible thing that just happened in our town,” she wrote. She then forwarded me a news article about a family in Ann Arbor...

Lacking Joy

Posted by Bill Wagner on

  Have you ever felt invisible? Seen, but not in the manner you desire? Perplexed, convinced that you must be doing something wrong? This is exactly how I felt recently. Regardless of how hard I tried to please those around me, I was unsuccessful, and that was confirmed by a look of anger...

Seasons

Posted by Deborah Woo on

  As we closed our small group for the season in June, one of the activities we did was to reflect on a drawing showing multiple children climbing in a large tree, with widespread, strong branches. Some children have climbed to the top, others are in various stages of the climb, some...

Frosty Meadow

Posted by Benji Tittle on

  Copyright: Benji Tittle, K1 Photography My 40th birthday present was an amazing landscape photography seminar in Yosemite. Two pro photographers taught us how to set up a good shot and took our group to pre-scouted locations at perfect times. It all paid off with beautiful images of...