Mouth of the South, Part 2- telling the secrets of an ended marriage

I was given a gift of saying too much. An inability to keep my mouth shut. An awkwardness in groups. Inept at a party. Small talk turns to revealing personal epiphanies. A sure fire way to lose some friends or relatives is to write about the secrets. The secrets that examine the imperfections. People are not perfect and we readily admit that in the abstract- … Continue reading Mouth of the South, Part 2- telling the secrets of an ended marriage

The famous essay by George Rodi (posted with permission)

A Learned Appreciation I see a forest in two very different ways. Firstly, it is a tranquil break from the chaos of my life away from the forest, an arena into which the stresses of a suburban existence cannot enter. Then I acclimate to the realm of new sounds and visual stimuli, absent of any metallic shine or mechanical clank. I take deeper breaths and … Continue reading The famous essay by George Rodi (posted with permission)