Autumn has it reputation. Despite its fleeting beauty, it is a harbinger of darker times. Leaves die and fall to the ground. Animals hibernate. And in my part of the country, we know that we must brace for months of cold. Thus, as a defense against the gathering melancholia, fall may indeed be the best … Continue reading Falling

A Field Guide to Lo

Our weekly shifts with Lo are all encompassing , 10-hour experiences. Akin to observing wildlife in its natural habitat, we watch her very closely in order to catalog the subtle nuances of her innate behavior and to keep her from climbing atop high surfaces. In light of our scientific investigation, I am happy to provide … Continue reading A Field Guide to Lo