monthly archives: December 2009

Grey Series

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So the reading the other night was fun.  It was held at The Anne Bonny, a super dope thrift-type shop owned by Spencer.  Apparently he holds music events there kinda often.  Anyway, to my delight, a yoga student of mine … Continue reading

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In any case, I’d prefer dead to dwarves.*

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At work I park my car in a behemoth garage.  On Wednesday morning I suppose I could have kept driving up levels, but I found a spot that looked big enough for my small-ish SUV.  To my left was a … Continue reading

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Yay for me!

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I’m doing a reading.  Kind of excited.  I found it funny that the write-up described me as someone who writes “mostly about yoga.”  I got curious — what do I write about?   I did a quick scan of all my tags in … Continue reading

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Saba Days – Day 4

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First things first, please wishlist the short write-up my friend Joslyn and I did for Trazzler.com.  If we win I think there’s a trip to Hawaii in it.  For me, of course.  http://www.trazzler.com/trips/sandy-cruz-trail-in-windward-side-an ***Early this morning we had a great rainstorm.  Given … Continue reading

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Saba Days – Day 3

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There are roosters here, or at least one, who makes it his business to cock-a-doodle starting at 7 a.m. Not coincidentally, this is the time I woke.  You can’t even get a cup of coffee at 7 a.m.   Instead I … Continue reading

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Saba Days – Day 2

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It’s 8:30 a.m. and it’s already rained twice in the 90 minutes I’ve been awake.  I mentioned we’re in a jungle, right?  When I travel I prefer to rent a house to feel like a local in a place where I’m … Continue reading

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Happy Saba Day!

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I’m in Saba (pronounced Say-buh), an island in the Caribbean owned by the Netherlands.  (I can’t figure out that ownership business, so forgive me if I get the details wrong.  I’m sure it’s irrelevant.)  If your sentiment about the Caribbean is “seen … Continue reading

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