Light, and light, and light. It seems like it would be nice, but I don’t know how to pace myself. I’m accustomed to my geography forcing the pacing onto me, forcing me to slow down. More and more I realize, I don’t take intentional down-time. “Laziness” or any activity without a productive byproduct is ingrained in me as immoral. Rest is immoral. People who rest don’t make it. People who rest miss their chances. People who don’t rest, catch all the luck. People who don’t give up, and don’t rest, and catch all their luck may have to take lots of drugs to maintain it. Some die young. These are risks taken willingly.
What a year eh? While many feel 2016 went over about as well as receiving a flaming bag of poo every week, it was also the year of many good […]
Hi again! Well Well Well, here she is…or ze is…since apparently Michelle, ‘scuze me, Michelle/Ryan/Ren, whomever you are today, decided to come out as genderqueer, write a show about it, […]
Warning: this is longer than usual and has less pictures, but it is so so worth it! I’m particularly proud of the bits of writing that go on to inspire […]
White Hairless Bi-pedal Ape seeks Dark Furry Companion for long embraces. Must share a common fondness for trees and eating. Clingy behavior not a problem. When I decided I wanted […]
Queensland: State Animal: Bogan This next set of posts follows me as I have crossed state lines from New South Whales (“the premier state”) to Queensland (“the sunshine state”). Despite […]
After leaving Bellingen, I made my way east to the coast again to Coffs Harbor, but only as a pass through towards Byron Bay. On the way, we kept our […]
Off the Grid After leaving Newcastle, I had the pleasure of staying with Amargi Wolfe who lives in the Dorrigo Mountains, about an hour West of Coffs Harbor. Amargi is […]