Why do people do Spring Cleaning? What is the significance? In many Old World cultures the Spring Equinox ushers in the New Year, not Dec. 31st. Why is that? Well, it is the equalization of night and day and the beginning of the season when daylight over-runs the darkness. It is also when nature begins […]
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This title is a line taken from the movie, Solaris, hence the quotes. It carries a lot of intention. It really changes the way one can approach life challenges and opportunities. When you approach situations from the vantage point of desire to solve something you see as a problem its a very different state of being […]
The season of Fall seems to cue many of us to a quickening, a preparation for immanent change, and an excited enlivened quality to our lives. We’re more likely to actively look for change, and we welcome it because we embrace its beauty and its rightfulness…….I mean, the leaves are going to fall. We know this. We’re […]
Some things are beginning to surface within me after numerous months of reading, quiet reflection, and questing conversations. Stirrings, musings, and yearnings are making their way to the surface. Going camping (village-style), helped show me some things. The on-line dating process is showing me other things. Self-definitions are breaking down, sexual energy heating up, ideas and […]
You can, hopefully, see our entire route in green marker on the map below.
We decided to go through Kentucky, since I’d never been there before, and I wanted to get a sense of the horse-country. We headed for Lexington, visited an extravagantly huge horse venue there, called the Kentucky Horse Park. We saw a horse breed show and also a brief viewing of some retired racing champions, as […]
The only reason this post has this title is because we thought it was such a clever name for a restaurant…and Charleston certainly can boast some great eating establishments. Our pedi-cab guy, who is a TV and Radio major, admitted that this city is WAY down on the scale of news-worthy cities, as nothing much […]
Mom and I are still having an amazing time! We had a pillow-fight this morning in Augusta and a tail-gate picnic in Texas. We had a two-day break from each other in Atlanta, while she stayed with her brother, Doug and wife, Joan and i stayed with cousin, Nanette. She soaked up the love of […]
Austin was a worthy stop though it was a zig-zag off a straight shot from Pecos, NM to Shreveport, LA. I enjoyed a hit of Urban flair and dash, driving (as I do) as if I’ve been a taxi-driver in another life. But once in the hotel, everything was a walk (except for a taxi-ride […]
We had RAIN in Death Valley! It was a dramatic storm, but we had no mis-haps, and enjoyed the way the wind threw the clouds about and what it did to the light and the aromas. Below, is my first attempt to use a new Ap that allows me to make some entries a bit […]