Monthly Archives: June 2012

Rent the convertible (or reflections on my second year in Colorado)

Rent the convertible, eat that delicious high calorie lunch, wear your bikini without waiting for six pack abs, go to Paris, make love on a sunny Monday afternoon, drink that fancy wine and use the crystal glasses while you do … Continue reading

Posted in Rocky Mountain National Park, The art of living | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

Morning in the mountains

Observing morning’s arrival while in the mountains is holy, and I’m fairly certain I’ve never used the word ‘holy’ in my writing unless it was ‘holy shit.’ But waking and watching, and listening to morning arrive in the mountains is … Continue reading

Posted in The art of living, travel | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Zen and the lay of the land

Last week I drove to Rocky Mountain National Park to check out the lay of the land for my July artist-in-residency and to explore Beaver Meadows Visitor Center where I will deliver my public programs, as well as to get … Continue reading

Posted in Hiking, Rocky Mountain National Park, The art of living, Writing the book | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Truth telling and story writing

I was asked recently what I was really looking for in a relationship, and I answered, ‘Honesty. The truth.‘ My friend responded, “Well good luck with that.” Having struggled through my share of relationships where finding the truth mirrored a … Continue reading

Posted in The art of living, Writing the book | Tagged , , | Leave a comment