It's all about finding the calm in the chaos. ~ Donna Karan I love that quote, and aspire to live so intentionally that I find pockets of calm throughout my day like Easter Eggs, although re-reading the quote makes me wonder, "What was Donna talking about before she said 'It's'?" We assume she means life, … Continue reading My Day 2!
I get asked this all the time: "Camp Host Chad, can you please show us how to tell the difference between right trails and wrong trails?" I say, "Sure!" Then I give three examples, on land, sea and air:
Simple is good. ~ Jim Henson
It's not easy being Green. ~ Kermit the Frog Is that so, Kermit? I'm guessing being encased in all that plastic can't help. Definitely doesn't look biodegradable. What are you doing in there, anyway?
"Hey look, a rainbow!" "Pretty!" "Not THAT kind of rainbow..." "There's another kind?" "Defintely, but don't Google it. One example: instead of nature's rainbow, a symbolic rainbow. A rainbow about saving nature!" If you get the chance and have any interest in environmental activism, drop by Rainbow Harbor (yes, Rainbow Harbor... coincidence?) in Long Beach … Continue reading Double Your Rainbow Pleasure
"Students, we have time for one more presentation. Chad, can you explain this picture?" (collective gasp) "That's my homework assignment! Remember? You told us: "So a picture is worth a thousand words? Songs, with far less words, paint worthy pictures, And tell stories, like family trees! Deterred? Don’t be. Trees grow in parks. Take this … Continue reading The Gift of Time and Experience
I promise you: The moon is NOT holding me hostage until I write this... Can you hold on for a second? (muffled: "Are you happy? No, there was nothing coded about that. No, it wasn't suspicious. Suspicious is if I had winked. Suspicious is this long pause while I talk to you. Can I please … Continue reading Good Knight, Moon!