Monthly Archives: January 2017

In the old pueblo culture, the roadrunner was a bird of great magic.  His feet are zygodactyls; this is, two toes point forward two point backward. When someone died in the pueblo, a safe afterlife was ensured by placing roadrunner … Continue reading

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Life has its Lighthouse, in each fleeting stage, In youth, in manhood, and in hoary age… In age illum’d with philosophic flame, From Reason’s Lighthouse still we steer the same; Calm and serene our vessels onward glide, And share the … Continue reading

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By the way, did you fellows know that a hummingbird weighs as much as a quarter? Do you think a hummingbird also weighs the same as two dimes and a nickel? But then she asked a question of her own: … Continue reading

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CLOUD WEEK CONCLUDED

The Rider A boy told me if he roller-skated fast enough his loneliness couldn’t catch up to him, the best reason I ever heard for trying to be a champion. What I wonder tonight pedaling hard down King William Street … Continue reading

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CLOUD WEEK

I straightened up and looked out the plane window at the dark clouds hanging over the North Sea, thinking of what I had lost in the course of my life: times gone forever, friends who had died or disappeared, feelings … Continue reading

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CLOUD WEEK

There are no rules of architecture for a castle in the clouds.  G.K. Chesterton Photo Meri Murphy

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CLOUD WEEK

Always forgive, but never forget, else you will be a prisoner of your own hatred, and doomed to repeat your mistakes forever. Wil Zeus, Sun Beyond the Clouds Photo John Avant

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