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Ardently Searching – A pictorial Essay
I’ve mentioned it tongue-in-cheek on occasion, but sometimes I wonder if there is any substance to my putting it out into the Universe. “If it weren’t for the solace of my excursions, my serial flings with Mother Nature that I’d be batshit crazy, fashionably modeling a strait jacket.” I don’t think it is accidental that IContinue reading “Ardently Searching – A pictorial Essay”
Thinking about overthinking
As I sat here this afternoon doing battle with the flies that seemed to be hell bent on finding an entrance into my head via my ears. And… I waited for peace to smother me in its embrace. I often ruminate on how I got to this point, and I have to admit that I’veContinue reading “Thinking about overthinking”
Enlisting Father Time as my companion.
It wasn’t unlike the opening minutes of a 12 round fight; circling my antagonist with my guard up probing for any weaknesses that I could exploit to my advantage, but I quickly found there were none at my disposal. Unfortunately for me this foe is unlike any that I have encountered, my jabs will notContinue reading “Enlisting Father Time as my companion.”
My complicated but necessary relationship with “IT”
When I was a child and words failed me, I would refer to a nebulous idea or object as “It”, which would always prompt my Mother to say, “What is an it?” She went on to tell me that an “It” is an inanimate object or something without a shape or form – she encouragedContinue reading “My complicated but necessary relationship with “IT””
Looking solace in the face
Standing in the middle of the stream in Gunpowder Falls & feeling a sense that the burdens of the world have been washed away. You’ve got to love Mother Nature!
Pause from the pedal
I’ve put in about 7.2 miles according to my speedometer. Riding along a beautiful stretch of Herring Run started me to thinking about what a contradiction that this slice of nature is and how it serves as a metaphor for people and life in general. The thoughts racing through my head ultimately became too muchContinue reading “Pause from the pedal”