Category Archives: History
Jupiter is the larger, brighter object. Next conjunction this close will be in about 375 years. Can’t wait!
I was getting the mail and saw this sunset, which seems apropos for my current feeling of elation. 2020 is ending on a good note after all.
Our 2020 Halloween pumpkins and spending election night watching a fire and NOT the tv (turned out to be a boon for our mental health). For all the despair over how so many folks can vote for someone so incompetent … Continue reading
Another of my heroes has passed on.
During this latest crisis, I think we need to remember to be better persons, not take pleasure in other’s misfortunes and hope for a full and speedy recov… awww… who am I kidding. While there is a little voice in … Continue reading
So how are we all feeling this morning. Fresh and dewy eyed with abundant optimism? Or exhausted from a heaping pile of PTSD after an evening of abuse? Trump’s debate tactic was supposed to be a strategy of “coming out … Continue reading
Anytime we lose a pillar of strength and an unwavering measure of what is right… we lose a giant hole in the fabric of who we are. These people have left far more than a memory or a page in … Continue reading
A fire; likely caused by lightning and dry conditions, has ignited just North of Santa Fe up along the Rio en Medio, a beautiful steam that flows out of the Sangres and through Tesuque on its way to the Rio … Continue reading
He was assaulted, jailed and severely beaten for his advocacy as a Freedom Rider… but he never gave up the fight. Ever. Godspeed and Good Trouble.
A good read on the history of Juneteenth at https://talkingpointsmemo.com/cafe/hidden-history-of-juneteenth The New York Times has an in-depth look at https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/06/18/style/juneteenth-celebration.html . More information from the National Museum of African American History and Culture . This day should be celebrated as … Continue reading