I used to have an attitude. I still do. But I was suppressing it so as to appeal to the vanilla pablum of a broader audience. Screw that. My my niche-y bitchies love me and my old time friends who are gentile know that I am a bit outrageous at times. It has been so long since May; the Solstice has gone by, US Women's Soccer ruled, and all that. I intended to update in … [Read more...] about July Already Bitches!
I began writing this before I found out that much of the material "stuff" of my family history was slated for destruction but that there was a small window when I could recover items that held meaning and represented family history and culture for me. I will write much more about this discovery, recovery, and the travels necessary to this family information … [Read more...] about Organizing & Impossible Futures
I am eating breakfast at a Fairfield Inn in Tucumcari. And drinking coffee. Lots of coffee. I would like to make it home today. Sticking to the Interstate route, 40 to 25 to 10 adds an hour to the trip. So I'm getting on US 54 and heading SW cutting across New Mexico until I hit I10. We will see if I get tired and want to stop before Tucson. I'm getting an early start so … [Read more...] about Trinity, Mother Nature, and Two Weeks on the Road
Having been rooted in one place for so much of my life, travel that shifts me from here to there is most often an adventure. Sometimes moving through space is a small delight, and sometimes a great adventure. Too EarlyRetro SignageClose to SacramentoClose to the North BayCostco Turkeys My recent trip was in the middle. I would call it a mini-adventure with both respite … [Read more...] about Sometimes I Travel
It is time to plan for the coming month. I rarely accomplish all I plan to do, and that is just fine. The first rule of planning is: Plans change. Rule two is that there are no rules, only guidelines. Guideline 3: Treasure each moment by living in the moment. Today I am in a beautiful city I first visited forty years ago. I could focus on what I cannot do today because I … [Read more...] about Planning, Openness, and Synchronicity