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My purpose is to share stories that encourage us to linger in spaces of reflection, growth, and well-being. There’s so much negative news in the world today, pressing problems that desperately need our attention and care, but I don’t think we can adequately address what’s wrong in the world without bolstering ourselves significantly with what nourishes our spirits. This is what motivates every story I create.

Stories are a two-way street, the listening is just as important as the telling. Please feel free to leave comments on my posts because I’d love to hear your stories, too, and I know other readers would, as well.

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Most Recent Posts

Spring Spring Comes Slowly May 11, 2015 - Spring in the marsh is about patience and attention to details. While elsewhere, the crocus, daffodils, tulips, and crabapples are in colorful profusion, spring has a much more austere arrival in the marsh.
FLM and DPM with azeleas Home | A Story of Return  April 26, 2015 - "We carry each of us an urn of native soil...sweet enough to find the smell of home." — Malcolm Cowley, "The Urn"
Snowy Branch and Marsh ©2015 LucyMathewsHeegaard Winter Reprise March 8, 2015 - "Weather kept them humble." — Annie Proulx. I suppose that never knowing what to expect can make even the mighty feel humble.
Last Leaf ©2014 LucyMathewsHeegaard Last Leaf on the Tree February 26, 2015 - On the beauty of unconditional love. A video story and reflection on what matters most.


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