Monthly Archives: February 2016

Sexy Mother Nature Shows-off Her Grand Tetons

Originally posted on Global Sojourns Photography:
Mother Nature is proof that women rule the world.  Us men are mere toys: something to humor them when they are bored and someone to torment, yet love.  Every time I think I will…

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Hvaines

Originally posted on Cornwall Photographic:
Höfn is my spiritual home.  Some of my best friends are here.  I have been welcomed into homes and into the community and treated with the most incredible hospitality here and when I became ill…

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Sun does not shine every day..

Perhaps (if you are Trooper fan) you recognize this snippet ” Sun does not shine every day” from Here for a Good Time.   But in actuality the sun does shine every day, really it does. Anytime you go up in … Continue reading

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Don’t nearly die first

This post actually came from a speech I gave recently at a Toastmasters meeting; the speech was called”Be Like A Child“. I had failed an attempt to color in an adult coloring book. Instead of being able to relax; I … Continue reading

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On Writing: productivity and inactivity

Originally posted on Seeking Words:
? The beginning of 2016 had me swinging between productivity and inactivity. Productive in completing errands that are (extremely) dull but necessary in order to live, and putting off tasks that are enjoyable (reading for…

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Spending a Night “Homeless” on the streets of Hungary

Originally posted on getsetandgo:
Any trip or a holiday creates numerous memories, memorable anecdotes and photographs. But travel stories are created when your best laid plans go haywire. All good stories start with an element of the “unexpected” – getting…

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