I used to write on a weekly basis about wacky, weird news. I figured we got inundated with political and health news and needed some levity. Then I got caught up in a pandemic and had no time for weird news as I had to monitor on a […]
When I become uncorked, I am way bubbly. And, for the record I am almost always uncorked.
A year ago we were steeped in a covid world. We were trying to figure out how to live outside and not let fear take over. A year ago, you couldn’t readily buy lysol, wipes or N95 masks. A friend had visited me from California and was excited […]
“I HAVEN’T BEEN EVERYWHERE, BUT IT’S ON MY LIST.”- SUSAN SONTAG Adventure and exploration fill my dreams. This past year I have had many lucid dreams. These dreams have been so strong and vivid leaving me with a deep longing to go explore. I want to go back […]
As you make new friendships and relationships, you somewhat enter a blank space or canvas. However, you are not. You bring fears, goals, and mental handcuffs. You might bring scattered thoughts even on a solid foundation. One thing to monitor is to see if you are moving from […]
It may be I’m being cynical when I say the following. However, here we go. Everyone wants to be a hero. Or perhaps be called a hero. I have waxed philosophical on this point quite often. No need to regurgitate it here. I should note that there are […]
“Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely” -Auguste Rodin I am a very impatient person. Some may say instant gratification person. Plus, I expect outcomes and results from most endeavors. I hate wasting time. However, there is always an opportunity to try to […]
It feels like a dream A soft yet thumping dream Shrouded in a deep, thick cloud Living each moment in mid-state Wondering what’s real Wondering when will I hit the wall Consciously acting Yet not consciously processing Tickled to tears of fear
We spend a lifetime learning. Supposedly. Although, recently someone offered me a twist on such a sentiment. The first 25 years of their life they spent, learning. Then the next 25 earning. Then they wished to spend it giving. Giving back. It’s a way to divide one’s intertwined […]
They hadn’t yet reached an understanding of what it all meant. They knew what they had done. They had an idea if what could come of it. Their joint motivation eluded them. That is why they were taking this trek and search for a life on purpose.