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Time Travel Written May 20, 2017 Grandpa’s white ford in the garage behind the house is a ’52 or a ’56. We sit in the front seat on the wool blanket that covers the cracks in burgundy leather. Farm kittens rest paws outstretched On the hood. Past the shiny gear leaver, Over the […]
Grocery Shopping Written June 27, 2017 On the way to the store I see things out the window that cars and drivers leave behind: cigarette butts on the road shoulder; hubcaps in the grass by the road. But what I need to find are coins. When we get to the grocery store, I realize […]
Mountains Written Dec 10, 2017 I awoke after midnight. Look up from my pillow. Where did the mountains go? That’s one thing the darkness takes away. I’m not sure where they go. The raccoons, skunks, coyotes disappear, Scamper back into hedges, ravines and forests. The mountains reappear again when I am up drinking coffee. […]
Landing Written May 7, 2017 We stopped at Iceland and I stared out the window at the barren landscape at the airport as we refueled. Now we are over Vancouver and skies are clear. The plane circles over sparkling water, blue inlets, and mountains still with snow on. I haven’t seen this […]
365 Drawings - Drawing 27: Interior #2, Pat’s Pub and Brewhouse, Vancouver, Watercolor and Acrylic on paper
Original sketch done March 2016. Painted December 2017.
We were talking about hitchhiking. I asked if you ever had. I thought it was illegal now, but it’s not. But still I would never have tried it as a teenager. I was always too afraid I think. Had the dangers of it reinforced in my thinking at a young age. I always listened […]