Wednesday, January 30, 2008



My birthday, January 29th, yesterday, and it was pretty much an oK day.
Over with Mom and Dad, I'm the Guest now, I guess. I can't really go into the 'rent's
house without thinking that I hear a kitty in a closet or something.

I've made my wish, but I have dreams.

Hallmark wasn't too tacky either, thanks Mom.

What's not to like about WINTER?

Make Do. A rather well-kept secret of contentment.


Friday, January 25, 2008

Words WithOut Context


And welcome to another entry in my Hallmark of Mediocrity.

If I could only articulate an original thought, I'd have a few classic stories to share. Lately my head has been cluttered with equations to problems that plague my very existence. Faced with ideals of realism, wrapped in a cluster of twisted logic and reasoning.

I wrap my brain around it like a python savors its prey. Bringing my spiritual ideas to physically manifest is the road block that I confront, it pushes me towards challenges against a wall of frustration.

When the dust settles within, my inner compass assures me that This is the Perfect Dance.

Until the next time I check in, I hope to have the Secret to Life's Treasure forgotten.

"Vision is the Physician, Art is the Prescription."

Monday, January 21, 2008



Snow expected to turn to Rain tomorrow. Sounds like a slushy day overall. A day when I don't want to leave, a day when I want to stay in bed, a day when I don't want to drive...

So my search in my Mind for a Vision still persists. I'm coming closer to the reality that I truly don't know what's to come and that's alright, we'll see what comes around in May.

My head is full of poetry dreams, little epics reading aloud in my head. I am not in a settled or stable home to commit myself or start any new projects. I am just getting to completing the things I've already started.

It's January, there's still hope for more snow.

You Belong in Winter

Quiet, calm, and totally at peace...

You're happy to be at home, wrapped in a blanket, completely snowed in

Whether you're lighting a fire or having a snowball fight, you always feel best in the winter.