Posts Tagged ‘Tallest Man on Earth’

I walk upon the river like it’s easier than land, evil’s in my pocket and your will is in my hand April 29, 2013 No Comments

Amidst random surfing I’ve discovered two items that will compel me to write more often. First is from Brene Brown who says “Courage is to tell the story of who you are with your whole heart.”  Very courageous indeed for a dolphin to swim amongst the sharks.  While typing up sentences you think of the […]

But I’ve Grown to see the Diamonds Thrown in Just for Me January 13, 2013 No Comments

A bone chilling year of travel culminating at the sparkling Eiffel Tower, lots to rehash while the world continues to turn. Snapshot of 2012 Jan 1st – Garmisch-Partenkirchen Feb 18th – Florence Feb 25th – Zurich Mar 10th – Lehnin Mar 17th – Strasbourg Mar 24th – Interlocken Apr 7th – Colmar Apr 20th – […]

It was day and I stood there once again climbing quick…and I knew you were the one throwing dying stars on our gathering January 10, 2013 No Comments

A former story artist at Pixar suggests every film has the same deep structure in six sentences. Once upon a time ____________. Every day, _________. One day _______________. Because of that, ____________. Because of that, __________________. Until finally ______________. One night with a rum and coke, I’ll fill in the blanks — Another lasting image ingrained in […]

the drying of the lawns i want to leave out there July 7, 2010 No Comments

the tallest man on earth sings a tune with a lyric, ‘leaving because you can’t feel what you’re dreaming of,’ which could potentially sum of the life of an expat, or someone with a restless heart. i recall a gas station in Texas near my uncle’s house, about 70 miles away from my hometown, when […]