The Butterfly Effect by Hannah Gilmore

The Butterfly Effect by Hannah Gilmore

As a kid, there was nothing more exhilarating than walking down the dirt road adjacent to my aunt and uncle’s house, hunting for monarch caterpillars under the warm August sun. I would walk hand in hand with my mother as she pulled my brother along behind in a red...
Wondrous Moments by Sarah Hatfield

Wondrous Moments by Sarah Hatfield

For a few hours, the social media chaos died down, people were not possessed by their screens, and the pull of the outdoors was stronger than the air conditioned office. The photos that were posted to social media were of children wearing goofy glasses, the sun with a...
Ash by Katie Finch

Ash by Katie Finch

Small things can have big impacts. Last weekend my extended family gathered on my parent’s eastern Pennsylvania property because of a beetle. They recently cut down over 30 trees in their yard. It seems like a radical and destructive move. As we spent the weekend...