what i look forward to most post Corona crisis management is taking this cheeky bump out to tuxedo junction to blow this little lady‘s mind as to just how much fun there is to be had when the music starts to play. Nina, Etta, Marla, Ella, Billie, LaVern, please keep your voices fresh for us; […]
hi baby, this is your mom speaking. as you’re doing your thing in there, I wanted to give you a heads up about a few things ahead (although this is, admittedly, as much a note to myself, too): while your dad and I have made a longterm commitment to one another and you, of course, […]
the way nature transitions from here to there is quite a phenomenon: blossoms appear silently and cheekily almost over night in all places, up and down and all around. winter’s baldness across the lands gets decorated away within a couple of dawns with grace and poise and ease. for their descendants, then, the new leaves, […]
when the entire community is asked to stay home, keep the kids in and avoid the older folks, try home office and all sorts of digital tools, and make the best of it all, in order to fight a virus that knows no bounds and kills the elderly and broken, and floods the hospitals, and […]
and as I stepped out into the world on this new morning earthworms were populating the sidewalks everywhere moving toward new habitats and making it merely impossible to walk. truly, it’s not just my tribe that’s experiencing all of life these days. so many other peoples’ folks are moving toward new habitats fleeing from war […]
sixteen weeks have gone by since a tiny new human began growing with the purpose of becoming the newest, most vulnerable, most revolutionary soul in my tribe. it’s been growing persistently since and so have the skins of my body, heart and mind. a few other weeks have gone by since one of the dearest […]
so today I biked through the early morning wintery cold appreciating the consciousness with which I get to live through all of this. how sweet it is to be loved like this.