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Oct '10

Full Count.

When I was 12, I was awarded the “Most Determined” trophy on my little league baseball team. It was my last year in little league, and my first year in upper division. I had spent 4 years playing gender politics with all the dads and coaches who didn’t understand why a girl wanted to play […]

Sep '10

Of Late…

Vivid dreams and adventures abound. Hard labor, creative expression, convalescence, bruises and scratches. By day, it’s tackling one project, one mess at a time. By night, my subconscious keeps me entertained with features of my life in a dream state. I’m optimistic and hopeful…as ever. Let’s see what’s ahead, shall we?

Aug '10

What Makes You Smile?

Random acts of kindness, silliness & mischief…among so many other things. How about you?

Jun '10


May '10


A friend of mine posted this on another site and I had to share.  I completely agree.  Definitions and labels can more often serve to limit and confuse.  Clarity comes in one’s own perception – what something/someone is to you, how you see it all.  Anyway, here it is, more wise word: Words, no matter […]

May '10

Haunted Howe?

Something struck me as I was getting in my car this morning, but I didn’t know what.  I looked over at my mom and said, “There’s something about today…” She just looked at me. I looked at the little calendar on my dash. May 11th. “Today is Jimi’s birthday, maybe that’s it?”  That wasn’t it… […]

May '10

If You Put Me To The Test, If You Let Me Try…

I’m not your first choice. Rather, I’m not your obvious choice. In most things.  Maybe all things.  And that’s okay with me, really.  I am acutely aware that I don’t make sense right off the bat. I am often at odds with myself over whether or not I have some sort of subconscious control over […]

May '10

The Becoming…

I flew.  From 13,000 feet in the air, I jumped out of an airplane and zoomed toward the ground at 110 miles per hour.  It was a free falling, mind blowing, breath taking, fear free suspension of…well, everything.  Everything, but the horizon.  One minute later, the parachute opened, and we were thrust upward until the […]

Apr '10


Seriously, it’s good stuff… Ladies and Gentlemen of the class of ’99 If I could offer you only one tip for the future, sunscreen would be it. The long term benefits of sunscreen have been proved by scientists whereas the rest of my advice has no basis more reliable than my own meandering experience… I […]

Mar '10


There was a kid in my fourth-grade class who completely flipped out one day. Like running, screaming, desk-flipping, tree branch wielding crazy. As things like this go, nobody saw it coming or knew how to respond to the madness during or afterward. I remember it was during a free hour where we were all working […]