There goes the winter. I broke my ankle on Thanksgiving weekend. No exciting story. I was literally walking down a sidewalk when my ankle turned out and snap went my tibia. I don't need surgery, which I am thankful for. But the orthopedist said that it may take 10 weeks for it to heal. It... Continue Reading →
My birthday list has been derailed because my life has been derailed. On December 11, I found out that my dad died. No warning whatsoever. He had a heart attack in bed. I'm thankful that he passed quickly and painlessly (I hope anyway) but sometimes I think the magnitude of shock and grief might kill... Continue Reading →
I told Deb that "we were in for a weird day." She had agreed to join me at a performance art event followed by a "sensorial experience." Artist Oliver Herring was invited to the college campus where I work to put on his performance art event called "Areas for Action." He spent five days on... Continue Reading →
"He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." —Martin Luther King Jr. How many more people have to die senseless deaths in this country? The time for action is long overdue.
As my friends Europe say, it's the final countdown. Thirty days left of being in my 30s. Thirty days left to complete fifteen more birthday list items. #(#)*$@$#