or: the fertility of the bright blue dot.
|...like going out at night with a cheap thrift store telescope and seeing the rings of saturn from your lawn...|
i think if every one was aware of this majesty, of how mind-blowingly amazing earth is, there would be a lot more gardens (among other wonderful things that consciousness can bring..)
|my very first, and perhaps last, trip to disneyland..and what a strange trip it was.|
it also makes being a societal drop-out a lot easier...especially when you're not too concerned about what movies you haven't gone to see lately. (but this might be a misrepresentation/poor example....i happily admit to watching tv and using the internet...obviously.)
|(diana 35mm) my niece and teddy romping in the warm summer sun.|
the foods we eat
the water we drink
the sun that warms up our skin
|iris, bursting proper lady purple each spring|
admiring the great ponderosa pines, pinecones, massive root systems...
|(nikon 35mm..sorry i'm not more photography technical) teddy at the gate of a wild and healing garden. also, my inability to rotate photos is astounding.|
|filling cord overalls out like a champion. there is even a graciousness toward people who say, "when are you due? because you're huge!" "why yes, yes i am. thank you." i have softer, warmer feelings for people. all i want to do is rock-a-bye my big, squirming 4 year old and be next to tyler, like a great, snuggling cat.|
|while posting this blog it has occurred to me that there are too few pictures of tyler, the belly, and i.|
|...and without him there is no belly...|
|and i am beyond thrilled to have him as my partner for this earthy, fertile journey.|