So, you’ve come back from the dead. You’re sitting in the back yard in Denver watching evening fall as the late summer breeze eddies in your empty spaces. There are gaps in your body now—things blow right through you like someone tried to put you together without looking at the instructions. The pieces that are […]Read More Anatomy of an Apology
I managed to run out of the house this morning without my charging cord. It’s only a matter of time before my iPad fails and I have to go home to work. I think I’ve got enough time to craft a response to a question about what I posted yesterday. Let me elaborate somewhat on […]Read More More Lovin’: You’ve Got Questions, I’ve Got Answers!
I live in a small, urban, studio. From my desk in the corner of the room, I can see almost my entire life. Currently: The sun slips obliquely through the south-facing windows, limning the arched back of a dog on a disheveled bed. Rumpled on a chair is the heated blanket I washed, hung to […]Read More How To Love in Three Easy Steps
In 1970 Stephen Stills (of Crosby, Stills and Nash) released his debut, self-titled album. The lead single from that album was “Love The One You’re With”. The line most of us remember from this delightfully simple song is this: “if you can’t be with the one you love, honey, love the one you’re with.” This […]Read More Be The One You Love: In Search of Steve Rogers