My Brain is Full

coffee-mug-far-side-my-brain-is-fullMy eyes opened to many thoughts. The pictures in my brain, with the story lines. The family characters playing out their roles. Even the dead ones.

My granddaughter’s not talking to me – my daughter and her on the phone – someone telling her she is owed thousands of dollars – my sister staring at me on the big screen – knowing that there is no love – a line on my Facebook account telling me I don’t know Christ – a boating accident – beer – drinks – screaming-

She’s dead-but she lives on.

Nowhere to Go

images-1I have always desired a life separate from others. I wanted to seek God. I searched for God in books. I searched for God in churches. I had ecumenical discussions with-anyone that would listen, but mostly I was talking to myself. I sought God in hallucinogenics and surprisingly, I actually found Him there. However, on that cerebral latitude, I ran in full flight from the roaring lion, hot on my heels to devour, the lot of my being.

Collapsing under the weight of my odyssey, I began anew. Grateful to have survived, and humbled by my selfish trek, my life took a new direction.

Once again, I was seeking God, even though I knew I had found him.

The light of God, illuminated my path.

Deep in meditation.


Mar Rojo

Abraham and Roy are “road tripping”. They are the proprietors of a unique, very modern, sometimes~in the jungle~business. Mar Rojo is a traveling, trendy, boutique. This novel concept, their venture, is a hit here in Costa Rica.1538844_489212484524716_1229562000_n

Above is a photo, by Byron Zuniga, from the Facebook page, Mar Rojo, taken at Playa Coco.

I encountered these mad men of fashion, at the entrance of Lola’s. I stepped off a dusty trail, on a remote beach, into a menagerie of colorful attire. I could have been on any city sidewalk.  Continue reading Mar Rojo

2013 in review


The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 9,800 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

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