Lush and green were the hills. Finally. After what felt like an eternity of winter. And not just any winter. The bitterest, most unforgiving season of cruel ice and winds that cut like
STORIES I came from a place that you will never know. Hell, I can barely remember it most of the time. But if it sit long enough and let my mind wander she
Discovery demands that we overcome a fear of the unknown.
The old pickup truck trundled down the highway as the first rest station they’d seen for fifty miles loomed ahead. Ahead, a long stretch of road, with nothing but rock and cactus and some pathetic fencing trying to keep god knows what out, or in.
TEXAS From my window I can see springtime laying out her finest. The song plays sweetly, Acoustic guitar and a voice like a breeze through the wildflowers. And right now, in this moment,
I've noticed a huge range of reactions to the recent changes in our society - millions now working from home, schools closing, government proclamations, etc. - some folks are thriving, some are struggling mightily.
The morning sun peeked over the horizon, sweetly smiling his optimism on all creation. I smiled back as I stepped onto the front porch of the funky old rented cabin that I’d
I got to be a guest on a radio show this week! My longtime friend Jack Gordon has a show on Takoma WOWD-LP Radio called and I had the opportunity to be on
If we can accept that we do not deserve more than any other person, and that the impact of the loss of our own life will not matter or less than anyone else's, we may finally be able to fully experience reality, as it is.
THE HERD Have you heard the news today? Thousands are sick Thousands are dying And the stores are packed And the bars are crowded And everyone is talking And no one is listening
Gen raised her head an inch and tried to survey the bridge from where where she lay. In the semi-darkness she could make out the bodies of her crew. Was she the only survivor? There was no movement. No sound. Just the throbbing red light and silence.
WHITE SKY Sometimes, the sky is white No color No cloud defined Just a pale, empty canvas That hurts to look at for too long