A eulogy for a rope; memory delving with a nylon cord crutch.
I wrote three years ago that my trip to Thailand was filled with "nothing but good people." Peter was one of the best. A
"Please," a breathy, whispered plea sneaks out from my lungs. The last of my strength and courage launches me off of the wall I
Ken and I went to the Mitt our first morning on Koh Yao Noi. It's part of a massive stone tower on the northern tip of
出発 Tonight I leave for Denver with the father of my child, his lady friend, and my own lovely lady. Somewhere along the way the four
I sat down to write about what's been going on lately, mostly in an effort to not forget (as always) and ended up writing a bit
Well, it's all over. Class starts in two days here at Tohoku University and as I start to register for classes and get back to a
This post goes up right when my plane leaves Japan. Yay! Packing was fun. Here's what I'm taking on my three-week Thailand expedition. All of it