Ideas, thought rambles, connections, etc.
Being good was a slippery golden ring to grasp. I wrote that at the end of the last piece I posted, the first in a series about my family’s favored maxims and the matrix that shaped how I understand my place and purpose in the world. I “hear” them often, these constant reminders of how … Continue reading Maxim Matrix: Part II, Perfectionism
The film The Matrix haunts me on SO many levels, but this ramble is not about science fiction or film or conspiracy. It’s about family (Surprise!), and maxims’ role in the larger code of family programming. A maxim is a brief statement of a general truth, principle, or rule for behavior, according to the Cambridge … Continue reading Maxim Matrix: Part I, Frugality
Greetings! I’m back in a wee way for now. Lots of things percolating, but nothing ready for a good pour. We Druidy types (and many others) are quite fond of things that come in threes. The Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids includes triads as one of the many recurring…hmmm…harmonies?…of their teachings, and in my … Continue reading Perfectionism: A Triad
This is the first post I’ve written in nearly a year. Partly it is because I’m reading May Sarton. Again. Her journals and novels sit on my new-yet-to-be-organized bookshelf in my new-old house, but I borrowed The House By The Sea from the library. There’s a thing happening where if you borrow and read a … Continue reading On Reading, Solitude, and Artistic Energy
I sat at a formica table at Red’s, spinning my coffee mug around on the paper placemat, still recovering from the significant challenge of getting my wheelchair into the diner’s makeshift accessible entrance (people eating actually had to get up and the server had to move a table so I could get by…aaagh…but that’s a … Continue reading Bottomless Tea
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