I realize that I am a bit late on this, but I needed time to organize my thoughts on this. I am happy that Word Press is entering the political debate and look forward to civilized discussion a la “Mind the Gap” as it is called, on this and other issues. Using the “long form” […]Read More Weekly Writing Challenge: The State of the State
Opera nights are always a time to pamper myself and all my senses, and not even think about what I choose to eat. They are feasts for the eyes, ears, and taste buds. A night at the Lyric is a total experience, worthy of dressing up. When we arrive, after our tickets are scanned, we […]Read More A Night at the Opera
March 2nd’s prompt: Beach, mountain, forest, or somewhere else entirely? I would like to visit just about anywhere in the world. I enjoy beaches, but mountains and forests even more so. The beauty of natural landforms all over our planet are worth seeing, as well as man made ones. I would like to see: The […]Read More The Daily Post: To go or not to go?
I was walking along a path in northern Wisconsin, a few hours after it had rained. I noticed a colorful leaf on the ground with a perfectly round raindrop right in the middle of it. Stooping down, I could see all the details of that single raindrop on a leaf – tiny grains and debris […]Read More Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in the Details
June 30, 2008 When I look at my pictures and see what time they were taken, I’m amazed that we went so quickly from one place to another. I don’t remember feeling rushed, but at the end of the day, I was exhausted! So I guess it shows how determined I was to document the […]Read More Peru 2008: Cusco Day 1, Part 2: Shaman, jewelry, museums, dance