Monthly Archives: November 2014

An ode to Black Friday

‘Twas the night after Thanksgiving, when all through the land, Rabid creatures were stirring, the time for shopping was at hand; The lines began building outside the stores, In hopes that shoppers would be first through the doors; The children were nestled all snug in their beds, While parents began ... Read More

A return to imagination

I have been spending the last several months of my life pretending to be a writer. I have been wandering here and there, and maybe even a little hither and yon, in pursuit of The Book, while very slowly writing said book. But now that pesky woman known as Mother Nature has decided enough of the warm ... Read More

Re-reflecting on reflections

My journey of late has become more metaphysical than physical. Who knew that would be the more painful adventure? I love mirrors. Well, to be more accurate, I love reflective surfaces. To me they are like gateways to other worlds; doorways to What If. They are spark plugs for the ... Read More