Monthly Archives: September 2021
It’s that time again. Obey your thirst.
Or do we call it “Native American” summer now? Regardless, we are in the midst of it here and it’s pretty glorious. But it ends Thursday. This past weekend, we got lucky and had a perfect summerfall day on Sunday. … Continue reading
I had a sad. I always get rather melancholy as summer draws to a close. The first wave always hits at Labor Day, when summer vacations end and school begins. The second wave hit this weekend. This was our last … Continue reading
Was it Wednesday evening? Yes, where Robin Robert’s did a special 20/20 interview with famed inaugural poet Amanda Gorman. Only 23, she is already a hurricane force to be reckoned with. The girl is making poetry cool again. The interview … Continue reading
It’s been a bit of a dry spell for me. I’m very thirsty.
Well technically we never broke up. We were just on the Covid hiatus. But as of this week, my extracurricular are back in full force— both band and chorus. Concert band Monday night was the first time I’d played with … Continue reading
I know it’s the 20th anniversary, but I don’t care to relive that day. So here. Here are some tasty distractions to clean out my photo cache.
Welp- it’s basically fall now. Yeah yeah, I know it technically doesn’t start til like September 21st, but it feels like it already. August is over. So is my birthday. The state fair ended. School has begun. The days are … Continue reading
Whenever I need to give myself a little check, I start thinking about the cosmos. And for the briefest flicker of a moment I grok just what tiny, insignificant things we all are. Let’s face it. Humans basically live each … Continue reading