…though the patrons change, it is always consistently interesting. There is always a ever-changing cast of characters.
Damn the torpedoes and full speed ahead, though. The medications must be saved and no expense spared.
From start to finish the procession is about 3 hours long. It is a regal extravaganza.
…it is the headwinds that erode the texture into our life.
Somewhere upstairs, in another room, your food is prepared and bagged, Henry-Ford-like and shunted on down the line.
It was saddening to hear this. This perception that we the people were all being painted the same shade of unwelcoming belief.
I just realized that we’d spent Veterans Day weekend in Central Laos where we took in the Plain of Jars. This is an area of archeological sites made of of 3-12 foot […]
If you’ve come reading this week for answers, I pity you. This week more than others, I offer none.
“Oh no! You may have won the war, but I will not cede my moment of baby’s breath under your dirty drippings.”
Long weekend in Hoi An, Vietnam, former port town halfway down the long thin Vietnamese coast. Like all of this area, Arabs, Chinese, and Japanese traded here for centuries until the river […]