The trail behind me is littered with failure. We’ll see about the trail before me.
Monthly Archives: August 2017
gargI venture out into the early morning stillness. The fog lifts with the rising sun. I pick my way carefully over the lawn, it’s blades still wet. I am here to prune, to pick, to breathe. The Victorians called it “taking … Continue reading
Immigration is a hot button issue to be sure. Some believe, (myself among them) that perhaps it’s time to align our immigration policy closer to that which other nations employ.
Not Cool. This picture raises more questions than it answers. Are these immigrants or native born Americans? Tourists? Members of the same family? Without further information, all we are left with are presumptions. But presumptions informed by experience. This appears … Continue reading