It’s been a ride this journey o’mine - to bid a final adieu to my dearest friend Aristhaia Cash who pointed me those many 32 years ago, in the direction of my real life, when I had all but lost my way. Her words “Think of me as your operator, I’m only helping you make … Continue reading Day 10 The Universe Provides
Porridge at the Potting Shed, Dorset Square Hotel
My hotel in London, The Dorset Square is pretty cool. The decor is tres chic, the location is perfect for seeing the sights, the bed is so comfy - the kind that makes me wish to stay there all day. The room however is so tiny it would be impossible for two people to move … Continue reading Day 9 Recovery from Travel and a nasty bug
After another carb-rich breakfast, a walk in the woods, farewells to yet more family and friends, we left our hotel in Bad Sulzberg to an airbnb in Badenweiler. After 3 days of no hot shower for me...my room had defective plumbing and they had none other available for me to move, I was definitely ready. … Continue reading Day 7 – Black Forest Babble.
I'm hoping this doesn't vanish into the ether as my previous post has done. When reflecting on the disappearance i considered only briefly a "loss", then mused "there is so much more from where that came." And so here I sit, writing at a table in a very populated organic cafe on Oxford Street in … Continue reading On the Road/Sky Again or do Blonds have more fun?
Where am I? Somewhere above Arizona or New Mexico, I think. I'm flying east to Raleigh on board an American Airlines jet that should've taken off a few hours ago except there was this teensy wire that came undone and the pilot thought it might be a good idea to reattach it. I concur. And … Continue reading Thankfulness or the Small Stuff Ain’t important
My week of thrice daily acupuncture sessions for a mild cataract is at its end. There I was, lying on the table with needles stuck in my body thinking, ”Here’s another fine mess I’ve got myself into! Thank the gods of oriental medicine I am almost done with this week!” I may sound like a … Continue reading I can see for miles! Seeing clearly is vital to me.
I'm lying in my air conditioned villa...okay, apartment at the Kaloni Village near Skala Kaloni. It's been a warm morning of exploration, grocery shopping and deciphering signs and labels. The saying, "it's all Greek to me!" could never be more true, here in the south of this island that has its history of being so … Continue reading It’s all Greek to Me…and I am smiling!
Riding the Rails to Better Vision or Urban Rail, Uber and Uncomfortable Needles. APRIL 24, 2014 BY JANETBERNSON Its Earthday Week. Instead of driving, I hopped a train heading south on Sunday down to San Diego. No, it wasn’t a freight train silly. I got on a business class car (I don’t rough it any … Continue reading On the Road to better Vision