Tag Archives: Linda McKittrick

Hummingbirds, Spider Silk, and Web of Life Eggs, Part 2

A few weeks ago we published the first installment of Linda’s thoughtful and reflective take on the the connection between spider webs and hummingbirds. This is part two. And in a brief moment of self-promotion, we’d like to remind you … Continue reading

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To Build A Nest: Hummingbirds and Elasticity

(In honor of spider strands and tiny birds) “There is another World, but it is in this one.”  W.B. Yeats By Linda McKittrick (Reprinted with permission from Savor the Southwest.) Aunt Linda here on a very gusty March morning. Good thing … Continue reading

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Drunken and Spicy Camarones Cerveza

By Linda McKittrick Sleeping is sweet here in the Old Pueblo this time of year, with doors and windows opened to October air. Of course, when we open to one thing, we open to others as well, and the smell … Continue reading

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