Tag Archives: Bangkok

Wanderers

Winter                                                                  New Moon of the Cold Month My brother, Mark, is a traveler, a wanderer, a planet.  He can’t sit still, a powerful urge to move comes over him, an urge with plenty of family reinforcement.  Dad took to the … Continue reading

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Memorable

Lughnasa                                            Waning Grandchildren Moon Katie slipped her hands around my arm and stroked.  Then stopped and put some pressure on.  Then stroked some more.  Katie was my birthday present from a thoughtful wife.  She learned her trade from Sister Rosalind … Continue reading

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Bangkok Dangerous

Beltane                                                    Waxing Planting Moon From my brother, Mark Ellis. He was there: Dear Charlie, I mailed you a letter today from my neighborhood post office. That sounds very banal. However, it represents the end of the long siege of Bangkok. … Continue reading

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