Take the Long Way Home

Take the Long Way Home

The long road is part of the game when you are a ballar…watching the sky fall is not. What divides us is our own prejudices. We are a telling reminder of the impermanence of even the grandiose man-made innovations. Here’s … Continue reading

Missing Mama

Missing Mama

I was accused of being in the water for three hours. I’ve been accused of worse things, but there’s no way I could have because my bladder signals me after about an hour and as much as I would have … Continue reading

A Stroll From Home

A Stroll From Home

Suddenly out of nowhere, flurries came down in the early hours of the day and sputtered through a stretch of sunshine by the end of the day. Thankfully none of it stuck, but it did turn us into lightweights. A … Continue reading

Waiting, Watching, Rooting

Home. What makes it so sweet? Certainly not the square footage. The layout may enrich some harmony, but how we choose to live in it and how our home resonates with us and our surroundings makes a home as the … Continue reading

Strolling the East Side

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East of Hollywood that is. It was a day planned to get-a-way from the nest and simply do things not ordinarily in our daily schedule. My always-ready-for-an-adventure amigo and I, started out with an impromptu garage sale in Los Feliz, … Continue reading

Foraging for Your Nest–

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   “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year“. I could not relate to the lyrics of Edward Pola and George Wyle when I was living in the part of the country where extreme weather conditions ambushed us whenever and for … Continue reading