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Yes. I am coming up for air. And soon, so soon, we will be back up in the air flying over and to waters like these. It has been a crazy time for work, for my daughter, for seemingly everything, but I am coming back to a pace that doesn’t kill. It seems to have been a lovely fall here in Colorado. I had seen the aspens briefly on the way to work at Job #3,  but had no time to take pictures. We had big winds last night, swirling the golden leaves in the pig run, and letting the trees show off their spindly bare arms. I am hoping MKL and I will have a day to drive into the mountains this weekend, just so I can get a proper taste of fall before it collapses into winter. But let’s all remember that, thanks to a calm hurricane season (touch wood), we will have blue skies, white clouds, and warm calm seas ahead.


Ready for take-off at the 1940s Dance at the Boulder Municipal Airport.

Boulder, Colorado.

Quote of the day: “When unicorns headbutt, there are no winners.”  —  Josh Stern

Daily gratitudes:
The giant bolt of lightning outside my house tonight
Bats winging their way through the twilight treetops
My bed
My parents


I love flying. I especially love flying when the clouds are creating magic, as they did this day.

Somewhere above the southeastern U.S.

Quote of the day: “There is no shame in being a victim; the shame is in living like one.”  —  me

Daily gratitudes:
Swooping birds
Iced green tea
The vintage jewelry store on Larimer Street
Soft sunsets

Photo title:  Up, Up, and Away

Somewhere in the air.

Quote of the day: “In the rush of daily living it’s easy to forget all the remarkable people, real or fictional, who have been a part of your life. But if you just imagine they are near for a moment, you will realize that anyone who ever touched your heart is always with you, patiently waiting to emanate warmth and support whenever you remember to think of them.”  —  Barbara Sher

Daily gratitudes:
My bed
Waking up every day
Morning light on the trees
My heart

I haven’t travelled since last year (OH MY GOD, I HAVEN’T TRAVELLED SINCE LAST YEAR!!!), but I’m travelling today.  Yea!!!!!!!

A few things have changed here in the airport.  I had the pleasure of doing the scanner dance, and that was new for me.  And I had the added bonus of having one leg humped by security – but only one leg.  Apparently the other leg was deemed not to be hollow, and therefore was not a threat to national security.

Kelsea and I were greatly amused by the pat-down procedure that we watched another woman undergo.  Before we got to security, I was joking that perhaps I should request a patdown since it would be more action than I’d seen in months.  But after being patdown voyeurs, I’m rather glad I didn’t have one. 

Seriously?  I don’t allow people to touch me that intimately on a third date.

And I’ll tell you, ladies, it seems to defeat the purpose of not wanting to feel sexually intruded upon by a male patter-downer when you are being patted-down by a clearly (and slightly leering) lesbian who is taking entirely too much pleasure in and time with the process.  (Not that there’s anything wrong with that.  I love lesbians.  Wait….well, you know what I mean. Too each his own.  Her own?  I’ll just try to exit the hole I’ve dug for myself.  Wait….OK, shutting up now.)

More to come….

July 2020


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