A couple of years ago, I got to spend a day on my own in one of my favorite cites, San Francisco. I had the whole day to myself and my camera. I read up on one of those "See San Francisco in a Day" and loosely followed it. This isn't a travel guide or … Continue reading A day on my own in San Francisco
I was 3 years old when the original Star Trek premiered on television but it wasn't until it showed up in reruns that I was forced to watch it. Forced is a strong word. Let me back up a little. It was probably around 1970. The world of television only included three stations plus PBS. … Continue reading To boldly go where no kid has gone before. An Uncommon photo shoot.
I've never felt like I belonged. I've written songs about it, filled many journals with it and known this for what seems like an eternity. But I've never said it out loud. It's a "Truth" I carry around or rather drag around like a child's tattered and worn favorite blanket. This desire for belonging is always … Continue reading The Elusive Search For Belonging
"So how does this work?" I asked. "You give me a word, a subject, or phrase and I write a poem." He replied. He was sitting in the middle of the street in downtown New Orleans. I couldn't resist the whole concept. And I was drawn to this young man. He seemed a little down on his luck, tired, resigned to something.