4/1 – Small museum.

My pen ran out of ink. But like kept rolling along. This city makes me feels things I haven’t felt in a long time. I haven’t wept this deep or laughed this loud. A hobo accosted me in a cathedral and I had no cash for his dramatic sob story in a perfect Scottish accent. […]

Read more "4/1 – Small museum."

Forgetful Explorer 1/1

Maybe I have been here before. It smells familiar but all the lines on the windows seem… warped. Designed on a slant. We arrived by donkey. His name sounded like popcorn or sock shawn or something, but I can’t remember. Maybe it started with a j? I had heard of the road to this city […]

Read more "Forgetful Explorer 1/1"

What is why?

Today I was reading through a short course in resilience as the snow quickly fell from the sky and then stopped and it asked me to clarify my “why.” In former times this was an easy answer. It was always connected to people, and love and creating life and more life. But currently, as I […]

Read more "What is why?"

Mushrooming

Yesterday I went mushrooming for the first time in my life. I love mushrooms. I also really like the people I go fishing and berry picking with. They are funny, and interesting and have been seasonally collecting things their whole lives. Its the end of the season of mushrooming, so, going into it, I think […]

Read more "Mushrooming"

Paper, Logic, Plans

On paper, in logic, and by the initial plans, the cow should have been bought. The milk sold at market. And the grand kids poured out like a waterfall on a strange drought stricken land. And as one begins running a weird marathon, lead by the voices in ones head, the cow, the milk, the […]

Read more "Paper, Logic, Plans"

Home?

Boy walks into a room he has known well but hasn’t visited in a while and makes everyone laugh. Its odd. Because he’s tried that joke in other rooms and it didn’t go down so well. Boy very easily walks the line between offence and polite observation and again… laughter. Odd. Walking down the street […]

Read more "Home?"

Condemned to die.

Most of us fear death, but know that it will happen. Most of us hope that death will come swiftly in the night, or with enough warning that we can farewell our loved ones. Joshua knew he would probably die a very painful death. He had been with his friends when the police came and […]

Read more "Condemned to die."

The giant road trip.

part three of Jeremy’s american adventure. see link for disclaimers and intro’s. So, I sat in a busy cafe for two hours, journalling, listening to podcasts. Drinking an OK coffee. and in walks Ryan. Now, for those of you who do not know Ryan. I like describing him thus: His brain works 4 times faster than mine. […]

Read more "The giant road trip."

The land of the free 1b.

Part two. see part one for disclaimer. LINK Bussing into Charleston, West Virginia it was dark and late and I was about to be picked up by two of my favourite people in the world, Justin, and the groom. Last time I had seen Justin on this continent was Canada day 5 years previous, and […]

Read more "The land of the free 1b."