At last night’s meeting, the guy who normally leads the group meeting explained that due to scheduling and traveling conflicts, he wouldn’t be able to chair the group anymore. He said that he would still occasionally attend the group, if the group would continue to meet at all (sometimes there are few as 2-3 people), … [Read more…]
Or how one of those three are in trouble. Today, while my body was trying to decide whether I have a cold or the flu, I poured through my Big Island travel book. Armed with my highlighter, I was picking out points of interests and other places that appealed to my nature. During this study, … [Read more…]
I wanted to see lava, but this is ridiculous. You know… lava. Molten rock. The smell of sulfur. Reds and oranges amidst black basalt rock. The Science Behind Hawaii’s Car-Eating, Lava-Filled Fissures https://t.co/qmKduMQZiz pic.twitter.com/MfevT8qGAZ — WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) May 7, 2018 Is this happening because the Big Island is home to two geologically active volcanoes? … [Read more…]
We all lie. It’s a fact of human nature. We do it to protect ourselves. We do it to protect those who we love. The truth can be complicated and vicious – just a nature can be a cool uncaring evil bitch. The act of lying is a tell in itself. The saying goes that … [Read more…]
And I made them at least a week before I left for Iceland. Two lists to be exact: Packing List and Things to do Before I Left. Nearly every day before my travel date, I added something to each list. But lists and line items to check off are only as infallible as the person … [Read more…]
Turns out, you need a passport to travel to another county….
What is a support network? My inability to communicate properly will haunt me for the rest of my days here on this crazy planet. Wait, let me rephrase that: my inability to communicate EFFECTIVELY has always been an issue for me and those closest to me. The result? The people most closest to me; the … [Read more…]