I’ve been sick with a terrible cold for the last few days. Today I made myself get up, get dressed, get some things accomplished. I
Carried Away Waiting for the carriage The Pumpkin Coach of Nod to the land that’s ever sleeping the Spring in its facade in cloaks
I was looking at some photos from a few years ago for a post I’m thinking about and a couple of things caught my attention.
We barely broke eighty degrees here today. There are still some ninety-degree temperatures predicted into the middle of the month, but today Summer officially began
Still there are the Moon and the Stars the light of the night to know where we are under the same sky and everything else
Here we are, can you believe it, going into September. Where does the time go? I’m still reading Carl Sandburg’s big book of Abraham Lincoln.
Keep these sacred cows, for meat, for milk, for skins, for leather jackets on a Saturday night, for cowboy boots, for moccasins, for baby shoes,
Music can be a powerful mood changer. I’m all for listening to something that makes you feel good, or better, makes you turn that frown
Do you ever let yourself daydream the most fantastical daydream you can possibly imagine for your life? Some people don’t daydream like that. Others will
This isn’t what I was going to write about today. I was going to write about dreams, about thinking positive, being happy, and dreaming bigger.
I have a new motto. For some years now my motto has been, “Get up. Go on.” It is a good and fine motto. There
I’ve re-started a Tumblr page, and I’ve created a companion page to this page. The goal is, to keep what is good, to focus on
I am off twitter once and for all and for good. (Only took how many tries?) They just changed their format anyway and, I wasn’t
Here’s a quote from the book “Illusions”, by Richard Bach… “In the path of our happiness shall we find the learning for which we have
The great winnowing has begun. My little foray into my five minutes of thinking I might sell-off some of the things I’ve collected over the
“To thine own self, be true.” Polonious, in Hamlet by William Shakespeare Be true to yourself Never tell everything you know. My “heroes” have
The rain has been seemingly incessant. It was ingrained in me throughout my youth not to be a “complainer.” However, seeing as how I am
Photo of a woman drinking tea after a bombing raid in London during the Blitz (no copyright infringement intended.) Link. Yesterday, (when I started writing
Okay, as mentioned, I’ve been busy. So I hadn’t checked some of my emails. When I did get around to that, I had an
One of the most wonderful things within the many fine and good examples that Bruce Lee left us with, is his example of inclusiveness.
During the fall months of 2008 and into 2009, reality slipped away from me. Amid the avalanche of dissipating solidity descending into complete confusion and
I’ve fallen in love with the work of Joan Didion. Her observations on life, her dealings with grief, with the death of both her husband
I’ve been doing some serious thinking about the world lately. Can you hear the quiet? This serious thinking isn’t a new thing for me. This
Up early this morning, though I don’t generally make it a habit to discuss my habits. There was, however, a great write up recently about