Teachings From A Bull

Teachings From the I Ching 03.05.17 last edit 03.30.17 Chapters 4, 9, leading to 13: 4. Innocence Innocence gets through successfully. Though you do not seek the innocent yourself, the innocent seek you. The first augury informs, the second and third muddle. Muddling is not informative. It is advantageous to be correct. Enlightenment is realized … Continue reading Teachings From A Bull

The Living Goddess Exhibit (Video)

Thank you to everyone who supported this personal, transcendental endeavor of mine. The show was a hit! We wanted everyone to experience the magic of the Goddesses, so here's a full YouTube link of the show, filmed entirely on smartphone. Like and share with everyone you love. https://youtu.be/Zx2g0yuhSes

River Medicine

The first time we went out on the water, BF spent more time looking back and stopping for me than he did enjoying the adventure. For the inconvenience, on this time around, I assured him he could enjoy the trip without worrying about me, now that I knew the course of the river from launch … Continue reading River Medicine

Mountain Dog

In a day's time, Roberto Tiberius has gone from puppylike couch dog to doe-startling Rotweiljäger. It's the mountain air, I tell ya, it has filled his canine lungs with the remembrance of his natural abilities, the truest call of the wild. Bobby kayaked with us up the New River, tussled with a HUGE year old … Continue reading Mountain Dog

View From My Coffee Cup

Nothing more refreshing than a cool kiss on the neck from the mild mountain breeze welcoming us back to where we call Escape to what they know as Treasure. -Von Simeon 07.16.16  

The Freedom to Write

I have a writer's callous. Very few people in the 21st century maintain a writer's callous, the telltale indentation on your dominant hand where you normally rest a pen.  Composition after composition, frustrated hand and head viciously working together against time, all the answers having to come out of your tired phalanges. And yet, even … Continue reading The Freedom to Write

So You Might Be A Star Seed

I admit, I'm being a little too research-intensive for a 4th of July weekend, but it's helping me keep focused on something positive. Ever have that? Such a constant flux of negativity that you have to FORCE something positive to engage in? Sad. Anyways, this weekend I'm going the phenomenological route by visiting the work … Continue reading So You Might Be A Star Seed

Pride 2016: Art For All

I had an absolutely wonderful weekend! The City of St Petersburg, Florida hosted its annual Pride Parade last Saturday evening. Once again I gave my time to the fine folks with NOMADStudio...you remember them from last year? Well this year they got renowned artist John Gascot to paint the Art Bus with messages of Love, … Continue reading Pride 2016: Art For All

Continuing The Search For Divine Inspiration

BF went through my purse and discovered my collage intentions. But that's alright, I've come up with an alternate, artistic plan! While the fine folks at Davidson put it together, I'm back to my slender slab of wall. The wall theme is “Divine Inspiration.” I want to display a mix of my personal art during … Continue reading Continuing The Search For Divine Inspiration