Monthly Archives: June 2014

A Bee Student

On Wednesday, darting down the road from my Schools Attuned workshop, I was enjoying my bike ride after a long day of new information.  Gliding over the smoothly paved road between the 134 and Griffith Park, I was enjoying the subtle … Continue reading

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LP to LA

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Walk It Out

Yesterday evening, I decided to hike. A winding trail, seemingly, never ending. The gradual incline provided a formidable replacement for missing my bike ride to Santa Monica.  I was out there for two hours and 15 minutes.  It took me … Continue reading

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Plié, From First Position

“I’m nervous,” utters Evelyn.  “I don’t want to be laughed at.” These were the words before Evelyn’s, first time, attempt at ballet class.  Her excitement mixed with some self doubt, makes for the perfect concoction, which might produce the next Josephine … Continue reading

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All You Can Eat

Three nights ago, we made it to St. George Utah with the intention of staying at Zion National Forest.  Exhaustion got the best of us and we settled for the KOA, conveniently stationed off of the freeway. All of our overnights, … Continue reading

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Hanging Lake

We woke up this morning at the White River National Forest in Colorado. We wanted to experience the difference from the campgrounds we’ve been staying at. We really enjoyed it. Evelyn and I have been really enjoying one another’s company. … Continue reading

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Midwest Heat

What a day! I started it out with a moist chest, wet feet and a damp sleeping bag. The birds chirped my eyes open with their beautiful songs, counteracting the abysmal gloom left over from the nights fiasco. From Erie, … Continue reading

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