Friday, April 11, 2014

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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Ten ways to make a long hotel stay feel more like home.

1. Unpack your belongings, this helps create a routine and makes the hotel feel more like your space.

2. Bring your own pillows or pillow cases (be sure they are not white or they might end up missing).Remember to drink it.

3. Bring or buy a water pitcher and fill it with freshly cut fruit and water. Store it in the mini fridge and remember to enjoy the refreshing beverage.

4. Make the bed. Even if housekeeping comes in every day it keeps you grounded and feeling like your home. If you want fresh linens, strip the bed.

5. Open the curtains and get some natural light.

6. Go ahead and sleep naked, nobody cares.

7. Lay your clothes out the night before it helps tremendously.

8. Do any paperwork at the desk or table, doing it on the bed produces poor quality work.

9. Try to keep the same routine that you had at home.

10. You are a guest but you are paying to use the space, so treat it like it is your home and don’t trash it out.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Confessions of a Gothic Momshell

A totally foxy woman of substance
the editor of her own life
the crazy, happy hippie chick
showing the world a confident face
protecting the future one word at a time
in the community she knows and supports
she follows the path of zen dream weaving
faith and ecstasy in knowing miracles happen
and breathe...
calm in an instant
Will you play with me mom?
Cars and plants, tree houses and dolls
Think about the moment
luckily knowing “happily ever after” is every moment

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Toby Hemenway - How Permaculture Can Save Humanity and the Earth, but No...

The Grammar Lesson by Steve Kowit

The Grammar Lesson A noun's a thing. A verb's the thing it does. An adjective is what describes the noun. In "The can of beets is filled with purple fuzz" of and with are prepositions. The's an article, a can's a noun, a noun's a thing. A verb's the thing it does. A can can roll - or not. What isn't was or might be, might meaning not yet known. "Our can of beets is filled with purple fuzz" is present tense. While words like our and us are pronouns - i.e. it is moldy, they are icky brown. A noun's a thing; a verb's the thing it does. Is is a helping verb. It helps because filled isn't a full verb. Can's what our owns in "Our can of beets is filled with purple fuzz." See? There's almost nothing to it. Just memorize these rules...or write them down! A noun's a thing, a verb's the thing it does. The can of beets is filled with purple fuzz. Steve Kowit

Monday, November 18, 2013

Alice's Membrane

Red and White
striped umbrella
picnic table of the gods
millions of tiny people
slide into the aether
each movement collides
tugs the membrane
a web of conscious energy
hand in hand
dancing about
the rocket ship
made of dancing people
each cell
a being within a being
the long winded pompous ass
glaring lights
the umbrella spins
sharp pain
bodies spin with the umbrella
tea or coffee
chocolate please

Sunday, November 17, 2013

a motto

Travel farther Eat well Drink deeply Dance together Dance alone Live big Love often Life sustenance