Monthly Archives: May 2019

Out of Elementary

Beltane and the Cancer Moon Last night was Gabe’s continuation. The Denver school system marks the transition from elementary school to middle school, middle school to high school with a continuation ceremony. Continuation is Latinate, ugly, and denies a sense … Continue reading

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Peaceful

Beltane—————————————————————Cancer Moon Peaceful this a.m. The imaging work is done. At least for now. Three days now with no medical interventions or doctor appointments. And sunny blue skies. On Monday at we leave Shadow Mountain around 5:30 am to get … Continue reading

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Butterflies and Clouds

Beltane…………………………………………………………………………..Cancer Moon Looking up at the paneled ceiling tiles from the ct scan table was a tile made of plastic and full of butterflies. Leftside. On the right, another plastic ceiling tile of clouds. Between them the circular ct machine … Continue reading

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The Greatest Spectacle in Racing

Beltane                                                                                        Cancer Moon Today is the Indy 500. The 103rd. A long time. I’ve written here before about this race. Growing up in Indiana there are two sporting events that create a life-long spot in the heart, the Indy 500 … Continue reading

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Resting

Beltane Cancer Moon Both Kate and I have a weariness this Memorial Day weekend, one occasioned by the intensity of the last week. Kate got a schedule for her feeding-tube placement which ended three months or more of maneuvering within … Continue reading

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