Well, well, guess I’m back to my 5am wake up schedule. What gives, Universe? Aren’t I worthy of a Sunday morning sleep-in? Apparently neither my bladder nor overactive brain think so.Okay, I suppose I’m awake enough to tell you about a white cat and a iridescent dragon who both saved me during last night’s slumber. … Continue reading Here Kitty…
I suppose a “5am wake up” is my new normal. Here I am eyes wide open, its dark outside, the rain pouring down upon the carport - I oughta move my car since it is so filthy from months of not washing. I could even go out there with a rag and move the grunge … Continue reading Thoughts on a Rainy Morning
I woke this morning from another toss and turn night - like on a small boat in a big-swelled sea, feeling achy and a tad anxious, though anxiety-wise, not about today’s upcoming travels as is often the case. It is now apparent that my two days of Theraphi administered by the kind and able Marcio … Continue reading Day 11- Reflections on travel, health, eventful days..
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
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
This should have been posted on sept 7... Oh well! I'm flying on board a flyniki.com airplane again...did I mention the sardines previously? I may have. Oh well. Its bye-bye Lesbos, Greece. I'm riding in what i think is the economic stepchild of air berlin. It appears maintained nicely on the outside with very smooth … Continue reading Hurry up and wait…posted 2 days late
I took a big leap yesterday when I hopped on a tourist boat trip from Petra, breathing the fresh sea air as we bumped, glided and sailed around the northern island coast of Lesbos, passing tourist towns and fishing villages, arriving about two hours later at the tiny harbor of Skala Skyamnias (my spelling may … Continue reading Sailing into the sunset, enjoying the moment.