I photographed the new shoot on my orchid back in late December. Three months later, it has bloomed.
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I had an opportunity to visit Cabo San Lucas last week on an empty ferry flight, and with almost no hesitation, I took it.
Frozen Face Friday
Royal Arch 2/16/23
Metaphor for 2023
Thriving in lockdown
I admit it, there were some tense moments during the past 9 weeks and every day is imprinted with a dull anxiety of wondering what I could be doing better to prepare for an uncertain future. But today I woke up early, sat in the chilly morning air with my coffee, and went to workContinue reading “Thriving in lockdown”
My 46th 4/26
It’s early on a late April Sunday morning, and I’m gently awoken by the achingly familiar song of robins in the distant trees. No longer silenced by winter’s command to shelter in silence, their orchestrations slowly build; a song that could have begun hours ago hundreds of miles away in an eastern mountain forest, carriedContinue reading “My 46th 4/26”
About 3 weeks ago I wrote on my personal blog about some events that were simmering. I’ll summarize it this way: I’m simply in awe of how fast the world can change when you let it. I’m learning to say no. Which ironically, frees me up to say yes to the things I really want inContinue reading “Realizing dreams”
Reflections: 2 months, 2 homes and 3 states later.
On June 14 of this year, I hit the road with my daughter and our cats and a 5’x8′ trailer full of our stuff. No lease in hand, no job, just an email confirmation and a temporary address in Boulder, Colorado. Our journey wasn’t without its share of excitement. When I arrived I had only aContinue reading “Reflections: 2 months, 2 homes and 3 states later.”
As I sipped a long-pour of vodka and soda, I listed some things on my neighborhood’s Facebook garage sale site. I didn’t expect it to get so much attention! I woke up to a dozen messages, people wanting appliances, tables, shelves, bikes. One by one I scheduled pick ups, and now I’m about $150 richerContinue reading “Goodnight, Bicycle.”