• Archive for April, 2018

    “I See The Light”

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    “I See The Light”, by Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi, from the movie “Tangled”. I never saw the film, but I stumbled across this video a few weeks ago, and I’ve had to come back and listen to this again over and over. I love both Mandy and Zach’s voices single. And this song...

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    Morning Reads

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    Waking to a late April morning that felt more like it was winter than like spring, it was a morning suited for staying in pajamas and reading. Having covered much of the New Mexico and early Comanche history I hoped to in the Gwynne book “Empire of the Summer Moon”, I read another 30...

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    Two Seats

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    NOTE: This is a “shaping story” that I will probably update a few times as new flight details come to light. It was going to be a typical day for two exceptional women. One, that morning, was completing a short business trip in New York, and was happy to be heading home to Albuquerque...

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    The Sanctuary At Sunset

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    Santuario de Chimayo Before Sunset(Artified)

    Last weekend, my parents and I took a wonderful morning ride that rolled over into a full day trip, bringing us from Albuquerque to Jemez Pueblo, and then from there on up to Soda Dam, and then a drive through and stop at various points in and around the Valles Caldera National Park. Hungry...

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    When I Was Young

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    When I was young in solitary play in a field of marigolds under the heat of a springtime sun I suddenly felt her breath on my neck and saw the smile in her deep warm eyes and smelled rose in her long curls of hair and felt the press of her palm in my...

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    Inciting Incident: San Saba Massacre

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    I planned to spend the evening reading and researching more in the Anza story, but like most evenings, after I came home from work, I did little productive for two hours. I picked up two books I thought it might be good to peruse for insights, but I gave up on both of them...

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