Monthly Archives: January 2015

A manly place

The garage – a safe place to smoke, and think, and drink a beer; where bad 80’s hair bands are blared without guilt or shame. A place to create flight cases and window frames and whatever else needs fixing; a man cave, a

A manly place

The garage – a safe place to smoke, and think, and drink a beer; where bad 80’s hair bands are blared without guilt or shame. A place to create flight cases and window frames and whatever else needs fixing; a man cave, a

I’ve learned that I can really care about someone I’ve never met.

So I haven’t been online much lately…just lots going on in my life these days, including meeting a fellow blogger just last weekend. So I go to check out another fellow blogger to see what he’s up to this morning;

I’ve learned that I can really care about someone I’ve never met.

So I haven’t been online much lately…just lots going on in my life these days, including meeting a fellow blogger just last weekend. So I go to check out another fellow blogger to see what he’s up to this morning;

The Incredible Sulk

I’m sitting here with Shaan of Shaankun.wordpress.com, whom I met in person two days ago when I picked him up from the airport. Shaan and I met online about 1.5 years ago, when I stumbled upon his blog, his posts drawing

The Incredible Sulk

I’m sitting here with Shaan of Shaankun.wordpress.com, whom I met in person two days ago when I picked him up from the airport. Shaan and I met online about 1.5 years ago, when I stumbled upon his blog, his posts drawing

impermanence

Nothing is really permanent, is it. Every moment, we are reformed. Every second, about 30 million of our cells die, only to have new ones born. Over 120 days, our body has replaced every red blood cell. Every ninety days, we have a new

impermanence

Nothing is really permanent, is it. Every moment, we are reformed. Every second, about 30 million of our cells die, only to have new ones born. Over 120 days, our body has replaced every red blood cell. Every ninety days, we have a new

clinging, resisting

I read this quote today: “Pain is essential for the survival of the body, but none compels you to suffer. Suffering is due entirely to clinging or resisting, an indication of an unwillingness to flow with life. The essence of

clinging, resisting

I read this quote today: “Pain is essential for the survival of the body, but none compels you to suffer. Suffering is due entirely to clinging or resisting, an indication of an unwillingness to flow with life. The essence of

from city to wild

She stands there, listening, with eyes closed and eyebrows slightly furrowed. Her worn sweater hood forms a druid-like triangle around her face, and a few, thick dread locks peak out from behind her neck like curious worms. Someone gives thanks: “To

from city to wild

She stands there, listening, with eyes closed and eyebrows slightly furrowed. Her worn sweater hood forms a druid-like triangle around her face, and a few, thick dread locks peak out from behind her neck like curious worms. Someone gives thanks: “To