Month: May 2018

Speaking to Cetaceans

In the early 90s I was obsessed with the Cetaceans. I had an ongoing dialog with Rick O’Barry (well, truthfully, I sent him a letter or two and he sent me a postcard). His book “Behind the Dolphin Smile” beyond piqued my interest. He…

San Diego’s Surf Glows Electric Blue at Night as Red Tide Develops

Originally posted on BCNN1 WP:
A red tide that developed off the coast of San Diego has created a rare but beautiful sight for the night. The algae bloom, more commonly known as red tide, is caused by bioluminescent phytoplankton orĀ dinoflagellates that light up…

Dream

Peace with old friends… Strangers making trouble… The ball game is letting out and Something is falling from the sky making people act strange, trancelike… Where are you, are you ok? He and I have been in love for a very long time… There…

A Death in the Family and Mr. Bee

OK, so yes, we had a death in the family. Well, so to speak… Let me explain. Mr. Bee has been with us a year plus or minus. He is a carpenter bee and boroughs under the wooden steps on our patio. At first,…

Biblical Rachel: She is the patron saint of mothers who have lost a child.

Now, I am far from a saint. But, motherhood has been a driving theme my entire life. My name means “Lamb” as in sacrificial lamb. As a child I felt like I needed protect my family at all costs. The cost of which you…