Monthly Archives: January 2012

Newsfarts from Sunny Florida: politics, big croc, good ol’boys, and entering the shadow

Tonight my mind is a mess.  On the one hand (and get ready for a Vishnu-type hand situation here), my facebook newsfeed is full of election-year nonsense posts by both liberals and conservatives, none of whom have figured out that … Continue reading

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The Conference of the Birds

Holy God.  There has been so much going on in life and in my catalog of observations that I do not even know where to start.  When I write, I generally try to get into a state of submission and … Continue reading

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Show Up. Do Whatever Happens. Go Home.

If any of you have been following this blog since the first entry, you know that I got to Florida and to my job as an ecoguide in the Everglades through a series of destructive/seemingly loony toons/divine events in October … Continue reading

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Suzie Wong’s in FayetteNam and the Man They Call Barron Gift Collier

“People just tell you stuff.” This is what Michael is saying to me as we’re leaving Starz Pizzeria last Saturday night.  Starz, despite the fact that it’s pluralized with a “z,” is actually a nice Italian restaurant that is literally … Continue reading

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