Some things seem to be getting better. Don’t hold me to that. Georgia opened up all sorts of close contact businesses. Guess what? The state now has a surge of infections. Meanwhile, Jimmy Buffett’s management team thinks that it’s a good idea to restart his tour in early July. They had to cancel a couple […]


A special place. That’s what I’d hoped for when I returned from the desert, like a prophet, back to the swamp. Well, I’m no prophet. And, this isn’t that place. I don’t know about the rest of you, but during this period of down time I’ve had a lot of time to think. After all, […]


A Sunday picture. A picture to express my feelings and those around me about what happened and what’s to come. A feeling that only art can capture, A feeling that is coming close to grief. Grief for a way of life that has come to an end. A way of life that will be something […]


No fools, no fun. That’s what they say. At least some of “they” say it. No virus news today. We all need a break from it, even though it may affect our lives for many years. Instead. Art. And, this photograph turned into I don’t know what. First, the picture. I started with a picture […]


As days go by. We’ve discovered an interesting little unintended consequence of living in a bubble. Time is melting. Each day is the same as the next. Unless I make notes about what I am doing I have no idea what day it is. I do have some idea of time because I continue to […]


Easter Sunday. A big day, today. Normally, Christians of every stripe pack churches on this holiest of days. Not this Sunday. I’d never thought I’d see the time when going to church could get you killed. This is one of those times. Yes. I read history. I know some things about the past. While priests […]


Prettiness on a Friday. I actually planned this picture for earlier this week, but CoVid19 killed John Prine. So, I waited. Call this his funeral flowers. Call it art. Call it a confusing mess. Call it whatever you like. I just hope that you like it. Some of the news that almost fits. Two things […]


On Palm Sunday. The world is upside down. Time has no meaning. People are living in fear. Stupidity is the order of the day. Still. There is hope. Even though the current state of change is very negative, there are those of us who think that if we make it to the other side there […]


Just give me one good season. So sang John Prine. The singing mailman. A national treasure. He’s got Covid19. He’s been intubated. He’s 72. He’s beaten cancer twice. He’s been through chemo. He’s been radiated. He’s probably got even more underlying issues. His family asked from prayers last night. You know what to do. I […]