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Rethinking Eden: A Holy Becoming

By Terresa Wellborn

It was one of the rainiest springs ever recorded. We wanted to plant a huge garden this year but the flowers have folded in on themselves. Gardens planted by Mother’s Day are mouldering. At last the earth is wringing out after months of wet. Now my front bush is half dead, my backyard weedscape dense. …

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Summer, I Love You: Deep Wishes Midlife

By Terresa Wellborn

Ah, summer, of homemade freshly-picked-strawberry ice cream churning on the back patio. Of long days with late dinners, later star gazing. Of tennis court roller skating, sweat running down the backs of our knees. My child-wish: that summer would last forever. “I can still remember one day very well. It was the day when my …

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