i have returned from the grand canyon.
it has given me largeness, an inner magnitude.
the age of the great gc is enormous, billions and billions baby's.
and as i floated, daily, cutting more age into her and into me, i realized.

a life with too many xtra's does me no good. yes, i'm unsure of what's next.
and yet as simply as the mighty colorado flows, and the rains drops from the sky,
i'm thrilled to have the days to get to know about who I truly am.

and may i just say that the state of big AZ has many wonders that wait for me.

so as i unplug from certain disasters, i plug into a way of understanding that life
is kick ass and comfy and there to hold you with the closest love i've ever known.

and if you'd like to read a great book about a river try Rock Me on the River, by Renny Russel. The story of his life is incredible and the story of how he lost he brother brings him back to the river that took him.

"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away." -henry david thoreau


i am for canyon

im going on a boat
im part of a team
try to stay dry, ask for help

we support each other, to cook, to eat, to clean up
that's how it works :)

then i go on a long walk, up Up UP!

i found this and it helped me get excited.

the feeling helpers

the feeling helpers