Reconnection are meditations to help you through this time.
It is how tall I am. How deep you are buried when you die. How far from each other we are supposed to be. It is also the name of an impromptu jazz band that sprung up Thursday afternoon at Green Lake park. 6 feet Staying inside on a sunny, 60 degree spring day in... Continue Reading →
Sharing a few photos from the last few days. An upside of staying home is being able to capture spring blooming in my Seattle neighborhood of Green Lake. I hope you enjoy these photos. Southwestern view of Green Lake. Yay daffodils! New leaves on the weeping willow. https://videopress.com/v/SSTrBPfz?preloadContent=metadata Ducklings!!!
The thrill of Alaska starts before the plane lands. Flying into Juneau on a clear day is like having a seat on a large, special access tour bus. As the plane maneuvers over Gastineau channel between islands and peninsulas that look like mounds of submerged forestland, you can scan the shoreline for bears or harbor... Continue Reading →
Why do some people feel the need to review past events? I don't know the answer to that question - so I will use this platform to explore why I feel a need to review the last year... This isn't going to be a chronological listing of events - this won't be a rehash of... Continue Reading →
Today I give thanks to this happy couple. My parents - circa 1969 at Banff or Glacier NP. They represent what the United States of America is all about. A country of compassion. A country of opportunity. A country where an economic refugee from Germany and a political refugee from Cuba, could meet, fall in... Continue Reading →
I prayed for rain. I prayed for weather that reflected my mood. I wasn't feeling sunny, mostly sunny, or partly sunny. I wasn't feeling summery. I was feeling mostly cloudy. My mood was autumn rolling into winter. The rain began Saturday - a trip to Lanai reminded me of my Pacific NW home and I... Continue Reading →
A quick trip off Oahu was the perfect cure for island fever. Especially, when the island plus the weather reminded me of home - the Pacific NW. Tall Cook pines, thick clouds, and misty rain had me wondering what kind of spell I was under all day long. Perhaps I was on an island in... Continue Reading →