Beltane Waning Garlic Moon
Two meetings today. The guides group met today to focus on continuing education. A lot of very good ideas were thrown out and compiled. Over the next week or so I’ll organize them and put together a mailing to go to our list, asking for more input. After that, we will create a specific communication outlining possible avenues for dealing with the problem created by no longer having Monday’s available and declining attendance on Thursdays. This may create a vehicle for organizing the three guide councils and for communicating our ideas further up the museum organizational chart.
Morry was a gracious host in a lovely home. He provided meat, cheese and crackers along with beverages while other folks brought desert. The only oddity of the day was those chairs in the master bedroom. Those of you who here there know what I mean.
Woolly’s tonight. Charlie H. has decided to retire and move out of the condo, up to the woods of Wisconsin. Bill continued to express appreciation for his brother Pat in words and in deeds, a website and an upcoming service for Pat in Ankenny, Iowa. Paul was back from his vision quest in the Santa Cruz mountains. He reports that going without food for that length of time heightened his senses and made his dreams more vivid. He wants to be a person of impeccable love and kindness, starting with himself.
Jim was his usual bigger than life self. He had an article in the South Dakota magazine along with several of his photographs. He has a show opening soon in Aberdeen and has begun negotiating for one here, too, perhaps at MCAD.
Mark’s knee has him in rehab and ahead of schedule, looking forward again.