Daily Archives: March 23, 2013

Being here in the clear

I’m sitting here in my chair and am amazed by the utter silence on this Saturday afternoon.  Save for my fingers typing over the keypad, there is but a distant bird whistle and dog bark echoing in the background.  Nothing … Continue reading

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Progress flies

I have a facination with planes that fly overhead. To me, airplanes represent how progress flies; progress being a term used for advancement and flying referring to crashing because the nose of the plane is angled towards earth in the … Continue reading

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Runner’s roadkill

Endurance, composure under strain, durability forged from pain. The beast, the runner inside, muscles past discomfort, mental focus straight ahead – only two yellow lines on black pavement. Steady pace, calm lungs and legs, arms jabbing the air, quick bursts … Continue reading

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MONTANA PRIDE!

Big Sky Country…a breathtaking state I will always call home, no matter where I roam!

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Winter’s retreat

Tree crowds gather for winter’s retreat, as the sun silently bides its time behind a cloudy reprieve.

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Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Glorious, glorious, glorious dirt! To wiggle and roll around in until you are inseparable from the earth. Worms, though armless, proudly salute you, gritty black fertile residue, the stuff of soiled dreams come true.…

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