My Zen was not quite the meditative peacefulness I sought.
12 years later, amid the Corona Virus pandemic that seems to deplete a new joy every day (hugging, singing, dining out, imbibing, theater, movies, concerts, visiting friends and family, international travel, traveling across state lines and using public restrooms are all found to be risky and are mostly restricted) I thought it might be good to recap the mostly peaks of a happily wedded life.
Throughout my marketing career, I've had enough experience with crowd mentality to know, unless there's a prize at stake, most people don't like to go first.
A dozen large and small spiders stood their ground. They thought they'd claimed the room by adverse possession.
I had to tell myself quite sternly to leave the sky, and get back into my own body in the car and get to work.
What tales is your desk telling?
Some Christmas trends raucously holler "Jumped the shark!" The decor that's gone beyond "earnestly seeking attention" to "desperately demanding attention" without even understanding why.
I am throwing out this idea to the universe for a new Paint Night.
...my gig as a guest on a radio show where nothing is scripted and predictability is for cowards
Long before I became so obsessed with photography, before I had a digital camera, I used to write. I told my stories in letters rather than pixels