Without fail for much of my young life, at least once a year I would reread all of my journal … Continue reading Sausalito — Ten Years Gone
My balcony consistently brings me love. Rain or shine, it never disappoints. I have six days left here. And with … Continue reading Rain or Shine on a Sunny Day
The reformed cowboy turned hippy calls after his old black Lab mix, slowly making his way across my line of sight, tired and longing for home as his master beckons for him. He was dressed in all-cream-white linen pants and vest, a crisp brilliant white shirt and bolo underneath it, the suede tan of his cowboy boots providing a stark contrast to, not only his attire, but his long, grey-white braided hair growing from the middle of the back of his head, his long wispy goatee complementing it. He was a sight for sure. Continue reading Golden Gate, C’mon Man!
A few days past a full year before Grace and I were engaged in January 2019 at Cavallo Point in … Continue reading Back in Sausalito in January
Sausalito will always be one of my favourite places on the planet. For my friends who want to venture into … Continue reading Want a Weekend in Sausalito?
Taylor walks behind me. Sometimes alongside me. At times even, several steps ahead of me. Wherever he may be in … Continue reading Heading into the Headlands in March
My feet hurt. My shin splints screamed. My hips were ready to give out, each step a labor in pain. … Continue reading Eyes Wide a Face
Walt enters my mind quite a bit when I’m on the ferry. He’s got a way with words; and he … Continue reading A Promise to California
By now, it’s just normal. It’s our day, the part we spend together and the part we spend apart. But … Continue reading Our New Normal
Heading to the office in San Francisco early this particular September morning brought quite a few thoughts into my head. I couldn’t … Continue reading Sunrise on the Hills, Voices of the Night