I had NPR on briefly the other day and there was a segment on about trust (the brain science of it). They were taking callers on their issues/experiences with trust between … whatever it may be. Trust, or more appropriately, the lack of it, has … Continue readingBut most of all, we want to heal.
“You’ve got my trust and that’s a fact but please be careful how you act Drop the jury, leave ’em home I won’t be judged – only known My dark side” – Mike Scott I started a new protocol two weeks ago to treat Bartonella, … Continue readingWhisper in my ear but don’t call the cops
Not unlike the vicious teeth of lyme disease crushing your bones and wasting your brain, the piercing and bitter fadeout of friendships due to chronic illness bite just as hard. This has become an interesting learning process, one I never wanted, and sometimes I feel … Continue readingFriendship and Lyme Disease. Take it or Leave Me.
Because I’m going to be pretty much homebound and unable to work for likely the rest of the year, I thought that I’d start a Lyme-specific blog. I don’t claim to be a good writer, but tossing some scrambled words around is at least a … Continue readingSend the Guineafowl
I write this as my dad is spending day five in the hospital for some pretty serious stuff. Seeing people (or animals) I love hurting and suffering is not something I cope with or handle well, so I thought perhaps reminiscing on my Chipmunk Daze … Continue reading1,800 miles: The Chipmunk Daze
Here’s the full salamander story for those who care/are interested. I don’t expect you (or you) to understand or feel the things I feel, but The Salamanders are something that have been a cornerstone for me during this past half year. It’s not a simple … Continue readingSalamander Army, Salamander Friends
Above: Wilson’s Warbler being cuter than need be. Below: Green-tailed towhee feeling like a new man. Hello and hi! It’s lately been pretty crazy over here with the birds. It appears that I have the most coveted puddle, where all the birds want to go. … Continue readingSo Fresh, So Clean
I like to hunker, usually alone, often. I get some slack for this, but I like and need to be alone, at least a good portion of the time. But the more important point is that my westward view is almost ideal, and I get … Continue readingSense of Place
Hello, howdy! I’ve had some people express interest in these photos recently…so given that bristlecones are by far one of my most favorite things in life, I was pretty elated that others found some solace and/or joy in them as well. I was recently asked … Continue readingEnchantment
Happy Public Lands Day! Public lands are pretty critical, pretty significant, pretty vital. It’s one of the main reasons I’ll never live east of New Mexico again. I need room to roam, as we all do, even if you aren’t aware of it. It’s a … Continue readingHappy Public Lands Day!