I find myself on a quiet retreat, pleasantly lost in a place absent of time.
Crisp mountain breeze. The moment the air in Bhutan touches your skin, it’s as if you’ve been reborn. As if you stumbled upon a bottled elixir, untouched by impurities and accessible only when one has traveled far, far away from the Western world. In recent months I’ve been obsessed with comic book inspired programming (TheContinue reading “Contemplating Bhutan: First Impressions”
Sunday, September 30 — 9:00 AM This day has been 9 months in the making. And as I sit here listening to the waterfall fountain at our Bangkok resort, I can’t help but wonder how did this small town Brooklynite get here. Small town Brooklyn may sound like an oxymoron to some but I cameContinue reading “The young girl I used to be”
Like any city with a well-orchestrated train system, Bangkok is easy to navigate.
Faith is believing even when something is intangible, unproven.
I strongly suspect Mom single-handedly supported Hallmark during the late 70s and 80s.
This last week I got slammed by some sort of virus; the kind where the cats even took notice. Rather than caterwauling to go outside, they lay on either side of me while I slept the week into infinity. There’s no greater comfort than the love of a warm, furry being. Except, maybe soup. WheneverContinue reading “The Healing Power of Soup”
Life and death anniversaries have become my totems.
You can be as open as you want but if you don’t take the time to prepare yourself for the elements of Black Rock City, you’re toast. Everyone has their method, but the general rule, especially for first-timers like myself was to ensure I had enough water to last a week. The recommended calculation isContinue reading “Sunscreen: What Not to Forget for a Week in the Desert”
FACT: 43.7 million immigrants resided in the United States in 2016, accounting for 13.5 percent of the total U.S. population of 323.1 million.