Category Archives: Fuji
The year is coming to an end, they tell me. Another one ticked off the list. Many will look back; still others will look forward. Some will tally regrets; some will make promises; some will set goals and tasks. But … Continue reading
It is the season here in the United States and in many areas of the world. At time of careful selection, of careful transportation… At time of wondrous transformation. Happy Holidays to you from me, whatever the holiday. Whatever encourages … Continue reading
Each year, at the end of October and beginning of November, many of the Mexican influenced communities in the world celebrate “El Dia de los Muertos” – the Day of the Dead. It is, traditionally, a time for remembering those … Continue reading
It is Memorial Day here in the U.S. A day designated to the rememberance of those who have served in this country’s wars. It saddens me that so many men and women had to give their lives in defense of … Continue reading
A two-fer today. And some word play and double entendres. I’ve been watching and following the developments in the Kiev, in the Crimea, in Caracas, in Bangkok, and other places. People demonstrating in the streets; people protesting, attempting to right … Continue reading
Liam realizes his brother has claimed the last piece of watermelon.
Each year Autumn makes its slow burn to winter. A wistful time. A transitional time. A time all of itself. Each person’s Autumn has its own timbre, its own scent. A last breath. Inevitable.