Git Along Little Doggies

Git Along Little Doggies

If I could paint a picture of the perfect whereabouts…here where every minute we have all the right mates in all the right places. Here where we have discovered a profound appreciation for some mesmerizing quadruped friends performing the ordinary … Continue reading

How Was Your Day, Mama?

How Was Your Day, Mama?

History will judge us by the difference we make in the everyday lives of children. – Nelson Mandela This was inspired by my notes lay bare a few squares down. Everyday wisdom by an old soul residing in youthful flesh … Continue reading

The Underside

The Underside

It’s spooky season, this little guy may spook most, but do you think this leaf is worried and burdening itself with negative or fearful emotions? Judging from the bounty of this citrus flora, I don’t think for a second it’s … Continue reading

In Queue

In Queue

When discovering the theory of relativity, Albert Einstein pictured himself riding on a ray of light. Words did not take part in this soothsayer’s role of entities serving as elements in thoughts. Thoughts are waiting. We ought to pay more … Continue reading

Touché

“Blessed is the man that has a virtuous woman, for the number of his days shall be double.” – Ecclesiastics 26:1 I have been getting through the days by imagining the charade as a play that ends every night and … Continue reading

Be Kind For It Has Always Been You

Be Kind For It Has Always Been You

In Suzanne Simard’s discoveries, she witnessed trees sharing “information that actually is important to the health of the whole forest.” In addition to warning each other of danger, Simard says that trees have been known to share nutrients at critical … Continue reading

The Miracle Worker

After fervent supplication, Saint Phanourios pulled through for me. The one and only, whom according to faithful turn to assist in finding lost belongings. His name derives from the Greek word phanero, to reveal. When such item shows up as … Continue reading

Finding the Unknown

Finding the Unknown

We do not sit in darkness to find what we know, but rather to find what we do not know. – Jane Slade

In Anticipation of Rouge

In Anticipation of Rouge

Darkness rested over the horizon. Still…it would be sometime before I’d see a rosy blush hover over the eastern sky encouraging me to discover a sequence that may be a better way through.

Between

Between

Finite and infinity,limit and limitless.uncertainty and perceiver of truth. We ask a great deal of ourselves to wake up from a comfy slumber.Groggy often too sunken to think, who am I?Hard to say from underneath it all.Unkind time entangled within … Continue reading