There's so much to see in California that it can sometimes be hard to choose what you'll spend your time on. But Big Sur was a high priority for us. Big Sur is not a mountain or a park or even a town. It is simply an area without formal boundaries on the Central Coast… Continue reading Big Sur, Small Girl
On our recent Cali Road Trip, we included a lot of hiking destinations. One of the first was Harmony Headlands State Park, a little spot along the Pacific Coast Highway you might miss if you weren't looking for it. What makes it a really interesting hike is we parked 1.5 miles from the coast and hiked… Continue reading Harmony Headlands State Park
We woke to a light misting rain falling on our tent. In no hurry we stayed undercover reading, writing, and drawing. When the rain ended We packed up our tent and got back on the road. Today we're be starting our journey with a trip to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) in… Continue reading Road Warrior for Peace
When I was ten years old, and our family had horses for us to ride, I dreamed of riding off into the wilderness. At that time, wilderness was a dirt road between a weedy hay field and a the bordering rows of corn across the fence from the pasture where our horses spent most of… Continue reading Gypsy at Heart
When we are in relationship, it's easy to lose track of who we are. Over the years, actions always take precedence over the words we say and hear. Often, we expect our lovers to "show" us what
We’re conditioned to avoid the kind of pain that comes from hurt and disappointment. We mistakenly think if we want less, than it will hurt less when it doesn’t happen.
After about ten questions, I could tell…he was not for me. And the reason was simple; he had no passion. It would be hard for me to pinpoint exactly at the time what he said, or didn’t say other than