The summer I turned 15, a friend called me and asked if I would be interested in bussing with her at the Italian restaurant in town called “Silvesterie’s.” I was. Bob, the owner and Executive Chef was a Sicilian man with deeply sunken dark-rimed eyes and a Burt Remolds mustache. He had been a sniper... Continue Reading →
On top of the mountain behind our house; is an amazing view of Great East Lake. We have spent a lot of time hiking to this lookout over the past few years. It has been a part of our routine, it was even the first spot we walked as a married family. Recently the sheep have... Continue Reading →
The photo prompt for this week is 'work.' Oddly enough, I find myself with time off from work. It has been amazing. Of course, I made a bunch of lofty promises to myself about how productive I was going to be with my vacation. There is a lot to do around the homestead to make way for... Continue Reading →
Back to last fall with my photo, Reflection. I had gotten in kind of a reflection rut. I just couldn't stop looking down to see the sky. It lasted through the winter. There are worse problems to have I guess. Like not knowing how to spell 'winter.' Be well!
Growing up the martial arts community it is almost impossible for me to think of "a path" without the concept of the Tao or Dao. Contrary to the notion of a well defined boulevard or road The Way or The Path has always been explained to me as more of an attitude than a plan. It is not... Continue Reading →