Gmorning from Tucson. I think my dad lived here for a while, long ago. We’re at a Panera resting. This morning we had a little too much excitement outrunning a dust storm. If things had gone a little differently, we might have been stuck by the side of the road for five hours. We carefully… Read More »
Here’s the trailer for my friend Seamus’ new film. Please watch it to get a glimpse of what Ming and I do. And because it’s beautiful.
Yesterday we went to a monastery. It was Benedictine monks. Their chanting was so pretty. But then we talked to a guy who is designated to talk to guests. His words were less pretty. He shocked Ming by talking about the necessity of “civilizing” Native Peoples and not wanting to be interfaith and the failure… Read More »
In Silver City at the very quiet library. I saw a book when we walked in called Blogging for Dummies. I was telling my friend who we’re staying with that I’ve been blogging for ten years but maybe it’s been 11. I want to port everything over to WordPress but don’t know how. Did I… Read More »
Our friend Brother D used to live at San Xavier. We went there a couple mornings ago and stayed only about an hour. I could have stayed much longer. After our visit we bought fry bread from someone selling it by the mission. It’s actually on mission grounds in the parking lot. Here’s a closeup… Read More »
Sorry I forgot about the whole concept of blogging, I was so swept up in travel. Here we are in Silver City at a cafe called Javalina’s. I have a megapot of tea called relaxation elixir. I love elixirs. And I know how to spell the word now. I’m wearing my favorite tiedyed teeshirt. Ming’s… Read More »
If you look closely, you can see the folded paper prayers stuck in the holes in the wall of this shrine.