Tag Archives: Sierra Club

In A World Far Away

Spring                                                                   Waning Bee Hiving Moon Spent the day in the world I’ve created, Tailte, a sister world to earth, but separated by several thousand light years.  It’s strange to spend time there, a place that exists only in my mind, … Continue reading

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Habitus

Spring                                                                   New Bee Hiving Moon The dogs, that is, Sollie and Rigel, still have energy for the fight.  Damn it.  I’ve not yet figured out a foolproof strategy for keeping them away from flashpoints.  I will. Kate called and she … Continue reading

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Path of Most Resistance

Spring                                         Waning Bloodroot Moon I have a new round of resistance work underway in addition to the Tai Chi.  This work I got from Brad at the Y.  It involves squatting on a balance board while doing curls, then shoulders … Continue reading

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Stay In It

Spring                                                    Waning Bloodroot Moon As winter loosens its grip on our state, the legislature begins to tighten theirs.  In the last half of the first session of the 2011-2012 legislature, budget bills dominate the news.  From my perspective as both … Continue reading

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Clean Teeth. Legislation. Western Civ.

Spring                                                                       Waning Bloodroot Moon Dangerous driving conditions tomorrow. Winter storm warning.  Who stole my spring? Into the city twice today, once to get my teeth cleaned and a second time for a Sierra Club meeting on legislative basics.  The teeth … Continue reading

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They’re just being Republicans

Imbolc                                                          Waxing Bloodroot Moon Latin.  Subjunctives, indirect questions, tense sequences.  Done in a bit of a fog, almost like school.  The verb conjugations still have not taken full root in my mind, though at this point I have had exposure … Continue reading

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Mr. Ellis Goes To St. Paul

Imbolc                                                                          Waning Moon of the Cold Month Got in the Celica this am and took off for the MNDOT building where I parked.  Three hours for $4.50 in quarters, paid at a central pay station.  The only argument I had … Continue reading

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