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“Relationship” in a Time of Social Distance

Yesterday I went to my favorite craft store for poster-making supplies. After suiting up (mask and gloves) I entered the large, cool cave of a place. Almost empty. The muzak was light and airy, for a vibe that was totally “Walking Dead”. Only a handful of people...

July’s Been a Cruel Month

It’s the 21st of July and I am not feeling the love from this month. Almost since Day One. And if I can trust (what an important word in my life now, and in our world) what I hear and read, it’s pretty awful for a lot of other people also. What’s going on? It feels...

A Fine Line: Helping, vs. Enabling Others

I’m not going to make this Post about politics. The people here in the U.S. have some soul-searching and reality-checking to do. Choices, and decisions to make. It’s clear to a lot of us that it’s time to address our “issues” as a nation. Still, as I was thinking...

Questioning, challenging, and pushing-back

I live in a city and state with a high infection rate of the Covid virus; on the west coast of "The United States of Covid". As the entire world now labels us. I don’t take offense at this; I get it:  no one should be allowing us inside their borders right now. We’re...

Why I Crave Travel

I’ve read about those who go to airports – not to travel, but to just hang-out:  people-watch; eat; sit and watch the incoming and outbound flights. Soak up the hum and thrum of people going other places. If they don’t actually want to go inside, some people – so...