Tag Archives: Walker

Still Alive.

Beltane                                                              Waxing Garlic Moon Oh, boy.  I’ve not gone a day without a post in a long time.  Yesterday went by so fast. Worked on Latin for a bit, but a brightening day pulled me outside.  I plucked tulip detritus … Continue reading

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Northern Park II: The Morning After

Beltane                                                          Waxing Garlic Moon “Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” – George Bernard Shaw An apt quote for another run at Northern Spark.  There was a lot of self-creation on display in Minneapolis last night, from … Continue reading

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Northern Spark

Beltane                                                                       Waxing Garlic Moon 1:03 AM with a sickle moon, stars and a warmish night fallen over the Twin Cities.  Just back from Minneapolis and the Northern Spark Festival. There were lots of people, mostly in their twenties and early … Continue reading

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Banned Art

Winter                                                             Waning Moon of the Winter Solstice I have now seen “A Fire in My Belly.” What did I think of it?  Much of the movie disturbed me:  scenes of lucha masked wrestlers throwing each other to the mat, a … Continue reading

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