I didn’t feel so hot when I woke up this morning so I knew I was in for a long day. My acupuncture physician has reminded me even though I’ve turned a major corner in my healing process, that there will always be an occasional bad day due to the nature of the beast. It… Continue reading
Posts from my experiment of writing something every day for a year.
The other evening I was sitting at the edge of Newnans lake soaking in what was left of the light. The wind was blowing harder than usual, whipping waves out of the surface. A solitary white Egret came into view, flying into the wind as it tried to cross the lake. For a few seconds… Continue reading
Today was a good day in terms of big little milestones in my ongoing recovery from Lyme disease… I was able to drive around 60-70 miles without any fatigue, very promising for being able to get back on the road in my little camper-home. Also managed to walk nearly a mile this early evening in… Continue reading
Crossing over Maine into Canada, I ended up on Campobello island which is an international park (named Roosevelt Campobello International Park and it’s jointly run by the Canadians and Americans). It’s famous for being the summer home of the Roosevelts of presidential fame. You can tour their home which is preserved as if they still vacationed there.
The also island has a deep history as a home for native Indians for hundreds of years until present. It’s a beautiful location surrounded by nature and water.
This was where I camped for the first time in Canada and also the first time I dealt with native American spirits on this journey.Continue reading
A recent dream reminded me of an old flame of mine who was one of the great loves of my life. It was one of those tumultuous relationships with a lot of soul and ups and downs. Some might call us karmic soulmates brought together to learn from past lives to face unresolved issues and… Continue reading
At a session today, I updated my acupuncture physician on how well things were going healing-wise with little victories along the way. There was an exception, I told her. The time a few days ago I sat outside a cafe for about an hour writing. I splurged on a coffee, something I hadn’t had in… Continue reading
This evening I walked through a preserve to the edge of a lake and sat on a bench to begin my quiet communion with nature. Beauty was everywhere — waves breaking across a vast surface, tall trees all around, an osprey flying by with fish in mouth, vultures sailing in lazy circles above, sun’s shadow… Continue reading
While I’ve come across a great deal of unusual people, all sorts of wild animals (including a bear hunting me down on a trail – that’s another story for another time), and strange physical structures (both natural and man-made), I’ve unexpectedly had a few encounters of the paranormal kind. I guess I shouldn’t be too… Continue reading
A story of broken hearts and broken honor on a campground in Mexico on the Sea of Cortez.Continue reading
The other day I realized it’s been over a year since I voluntarily removed my hearing aids to go completely deaf as a literal vow of silence.Continue reading