Here we are again, though this time we were in my world. Bob Weir and Phil Lesh years ago opened … Continue reading “Hey, Ya” — I Remember the Day that I Died
It shouldn’t surprise anyone that I’m here, let alone me. Without thought, driving along Old Mason Street, on a whim … Continue reading I Love You. Yes, I Do.
Today is our tenth birthday. The last time I saw my brother, we had to be separated. And the time … Continue reading Number 10 — Lawrence and Taylor
“It was my understanding there would be no algebra required this entire trip.” If a motorcycle carrying one driver and … Continue reading India 2016 | “Keeping Our Heads” – Rickshaw Run, Day 4: Jaipur to Agra — 7 April
I write this not for the dead, but for the living. It seems lately that more and more people I … Continue reading In Death, Love Never Ends
This particular street lamp, old and black with rust marks to count it’s age, could tell a million stories. It … Continue reading My Greatest Hits
Yesterday morning Taylor and I ended our three-mile hike at Forever Fernwood, the cemetery originally named Sausalito Cemetery then Daphne … Continue reading Sweet Children O’Mine
“Got a head-on collision Smashin’ in my guts, man I’m caught in a crossfire I don’t understand” – Bruce Springsteen, … Continue reading India 2016 | Rickshaw Run, Day 12: A Dead Body on the Road to Guwahati – 15 April
For the most part, Day One of the Rickshaw Run driving yesterday was uneventful. Our goal was to drive from … Continue reading India 2016 | Rickshaw Run, Day 1: Jaisalmer to Jodhpur – 4 April
Last October, I received an OWL, and I was beyond excited to open it. I don’t often receive mail, but … Continue reading I’m a Wizard!