Life is returning to normal, somewhat, in the sense that there are not a ton of extra people around. They are at Camp Justice now. There’s still some cleanup to do. And things to catch up on, self-care to reinstate. I just drank some strong tea, which makes me think of the swami I met […]
Today we went to the hot springs. But there were a ton of people and we were only able to take one dip. But that was okay. It’s beautiful out there in Tecopa. Then we went to the date farm which was also swarming with people. I’m still sick and sleep a lot. Fitful dreams about […]
So, it’s Ming’s birthday today. He’s a senior now, according to our local senior center. Yesterday he attempted to hike Mt Charleston with our friend G. G’s wife J hung out with me in a cabin. We rented a cabin. Then the wind kicked up. The power went out at the lodge. J began to […]
Tune in tomorrow for news of two dear endangered hikers, power outages, high winds, and prayer.
Still sick. But we’re going on a small journey, this afternoon. I just drank tea with sugary almond milk creamer. Our friend M is having an Easter party. He called me yesterday to invite us. It’s today after noon. I slept yesterday like crazy. It was fitful and unpleasant. Our houseguest is gone. We’re working […]
Well, the overwork took its toll and we are now sick. Last night it freaked me out when turning my head resulted in dizziness. We have coughs, headaches, body aches, and that disconcerting dizziness. Also last night I got the chills. And was hot and cold, back and forth, as I tried to sleep with […]
Sorry, readers, for my absence. It’s the last day of the Sacred Peace Walk, and we are home, not out with the walkers, not getting arrested at the Test Site. Ming is sick–he caught a nasty cough and has a cold. So we are skipping the last day. Others brought breakfast and lunch foods out […]
It’s time for Sacred Peace Walk. I am doing great. The walkers are as beautiful as ever.
This morning it is getting light and I am enjoying some precious alonetime while Ming and C are at the Catholic Worker soupline serving food. Today we need to deliver ingredients to a far edge of town to the person who’s cooking Sunday dinner. Yesterday we did a big shop, spending $363 at Costco, after […]