Tag Archives: intuition

A Few Short Notes Reflecting Upon Watching My Friend Get Pulled into the Water

Yesterday, I had a logical but rather bizarre experience on my tour, and I want to talk about it.  Here’s what happened: a 9-foot female alligator bit John on the tongue of his snake boot and dragged him shin deep … Continue reading

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Fear

I can tell you the exact moment I knew I wanted to be a writer.  I was in 11th grade, in Mrs. Helen Nicholson’s American Literature class, and she was demonstrating different techniques of writing by contrasting Ernest Hemingway paragraphs … 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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