One of my few accomplishments during the quarantining last year (besides an epic four part poem about dust, and five poems about national park grief) involved creating a Halloween costume, buying all the parts, fitting it into a perfect storage container, and even labelling it. Then I put it in my closet, the quarantine never … Continue reading Perfection’s Rough Draft
Confession: I don't really understand May Day. I tried researching it, but the more I read, the more it seems to be whatever you want it to be. Traditionally, there's flowers and cake. So if you are into that, here you go. In Hawaii, they call it Lei Day.Reading that got me thinking (but first, … Continue reading May Day? Play Day!
Aloha Hawaii, Sorry to hear about all your recent troubles. Mahalo for so many great memories, and I look forward to many more. Hope to see you soon. Cheers! Chad
Maturity: Be able to stick with a job until it is finished. Be able to bear an injustice without having to get even. Be able to carry money without spending it. Do your duty without being supervised. ~ Ann Landers My friend Susan recently wrote me, "[My daughter] gave me a subscription to National Geographic. I'm finally … Continue reading Wednesday Words on the Wild: Words & Pictures