Posts Tagged ‘jade dressler’

spring is kickin’ up! In the country, fresh shoots of green sprouts packed with new beginnings and nutrients are like a delicious drug or tonic to animals, making lambs frolic and life bucolic. In the city, the busy schedules are balanced by more non-linear kicking and romping, experiencing the city in sweet warmer weather, more […]


What a wild ride this month! …had a crazy little dream the other night… “Everything comes to us that belongs to us if we create the capacity to receive it.” The Circle Dream. I walked out unto my very large porch overlooking Manhattan. I walked down the steps to the pool imaging I would continue do […]


One fine day, two people simultaneously searched in Google: “angry sex with my running partner in a café restroom.” “Hey Persephone, how can I find the holy grail?”   both queries which led to this very blog you are reading now. What people surf for in search of transcendance as we enter 2012 is not […]


The ground flowed backward beneath us in a long streaked line of pale gray, (Gadzooks! Let’s Go! How we love invitations to be literary-ish and sexy.) (Note to Self: If you do indeed follow Gretel, the White Rabbit or Aslan, be sure to leave a trail of breadcrumbs…) The end of October 2011. NYC. Dear […]


“Growth for the sake of growth is the philosophy of the cancer cell.” – Edward Abbey “Anyone who believes exponential growth can go on forever in a finite world is either a madman or an economist.” – the late eminent economist Kenneth Boulding. “When Saquasohuh, the Blue Star Kachina dances in the plaza and removes his mask before the unintiated, […]


On hot summer weekend family car trips, my sister and I were boxed, strapped in and propped up like child dolls on the pearlized olive green, poly-damask hinterlands, Grand Canyonesque landscape aka the backseat of the family Cadillac Eldorado, as its cushioned mass thrust fast forward, gliding at 70 plus miles per hour on the […]


When I was about 6 my mother gave me a book called “Somebody Came.” Supposedly a gift from my Grandfather, who had passed away 4 years prior, I took it like a gift from beyond, as it was a lushly illustrated story of a little girl and her Grandfather, the keeper of a bright green […]