Stay-at-home measures and school closings mean families and children are stuck at home, looking for ways to stay both active and calm in the midst of uncertainty. In this audio story, Homelands producer Ruxandra Guidi and her seven-year-old daughter, Mila, find calm in a new kind of ritual, one rooted in everyday gratitude and signs of spring in the desert Southwest.
Listen to the piece over at BorderLore. You can hear more of Mila’s meditations on the website of Fonografia Collective, a collaborative project of Ruxandra and her husband (and Mila’s father) Bear Guerra.
Photo by Bear Guerra.