I feel like a salmon, working my way upstream, in search of something fertile?
Who would have expected a virus to come barging into our lives, throwing itself an epic mask party, and destroying the daring lives we had so painstakingly arranged?
Arriving in Boston during the winter comes with its own set of challenges, but I’m in search of something precious, and will not be deterred.
This might have something to do with seasonal depression, which seems more prevalent than Omicron, and they’ve yet to develop a vaccine.
“A word, once sent abroad, flies irrevocably”. Horace
The present rarely matches up with the version we hold of the past, even if the changes are subtle, they can be catastrophic to our treasured memories.
Do one thing, every day, that feeds your ambitions, desires, appetites.
As G.K. Chesterton claims, an adventure is only an inconvenience rightly considered.
How about we visualize a brave new world, one that is inclusive, less polarized, restrictive, one that finds us all healthy, wealthy, and a wee bit wiser because against all odds we’ve kept love in the game.
According to Paulo Coelho, a miracle happens when we are given another day.
We’re drowning in a polarized cesspool of hatred that not only damages our quality of life, our ability to feel joy, it’s a poverty of spirit, and sadly this is a reflection of our world.
Staying distracted during the holidays takes a lot more effort than one would think.
This Christmas season give yourself the gift of three seconds, reclaim your joy, you had the power all along, my dear.
The virus will eventually go dormant, but not before it lights up my central nervous system, and scorches me with a yuletide flame.
I wasn’t going to belabor the death of my dog. I really wasn’t. But some strange force, not the least bit concerned about overanalyzing personal tragedy in a public forum, took over, and I didn’t have the strength to fight it. The thing is you don’t have to publish everything you write. Bahaha While that…
Our beloved dog of twelve years passed away last night, at home, surrounded by family.