Monthly Archives: December 2012


The Old Road

This essay accompanies the final product of my Cultural Map, an assignment for our Humanities course.  Unfortunately, I cannot scan in my map because the professor already has it, but this essay still says a lot. This map is a … Continue reading


The Place I Go

This is my first submission for The Daily Post: A sanctuary is a place you can escape to, to catch your breath and remember who you are. Write about the place you go to when everything is a bit too … Continue reading


A Morning Memory

This is my submission for the fourth Prompts to Ponder line prompt: Clouds covered the base of the mountains, leaving the peaks clear in the blue sky. Dear Momus, When I awoke this morning I had much work to do.  I still … Continue reading



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We spent the last two days in Apache Junction, just on the border with the Tonto National Forest, which houses the Superstition Wilderness and the Superstition Mountains.  It was a relaxing 36 hours; a lot of time in the car, … Continue reading