Showing posts from May 27, 2007

Once in a Blue Moon

Once in a Blue Moon ... is a common way of saying not very often, but what exactly is a Blue Moon? Besides being a song or part of a catch-phrase, it actually has a real meaning. And tomorrow, May 31st we will be in a Blue Moon. According to the popular definition, it is the second Full Moon to occur in a single calendar month. Since I will be travelling tomorrow, I have to write tomorrow's blog, today.
The average interval between Full Moons is about 29.5 days, whilst the length of an average month is roughly 30.5 days. On average, there will be 41 months that have two Full Moons in every century, so you could say that once in a Blue Moon actually means once every two-and-a-half years.And it has been many a blue moon since I have had short hair. I do mean short. Yesterday, I did indeed donate my long hair to Locks of Love (they make wigs for children with cancer). I have been growing my hair long (must be at least 10" in a ponytail) for this. As I mentioned earlier, m…

How did it get to be Tuesday?

Had a great day off. Very creative and productive.
Slept in late. Had breakfast at the Kensington Starbucks after the Memorial Day Parade and the annual Kensington Library book sale. (yes, I bought one book. A first editon, byDavid Seabury).

Talked to my mother again today. This is the third day in a row that she has willingly answered the phone and she was coherent! I am thinking that this EPFX machine (in an earlier post, I referred to it as the SCIO machine. Although an accurate name, that is not what it is called here in the States) is even more amazing than I thought. "Twilight Zone" theme music is warming up in the background because there is a marked difference in my mother since the Quantum Biofeedback work began. Mom even asked me to bring her some yarn and crochet needles to see about keeping busy. This could be the testimony of a lifetime...literally.

This week, Don joins me on my trip to L.A. on the way up to Ventura where I get to guest speak at the CSL there.…

Memorial Monday

It is Memorial Day--well, actually, it is the day we are celebrating Memorial Day. The acutal holiday is at the end of the month but that isn't a Monday, so here we are.

This weekend, I have felt a resurgence of energy and creativity and in the midst of many at-home projects, I am also working to uplevel my work and self-expression. I am doing the things necessary so I can do the things I want to be doing.

Along that line, I want to begin to update this blog. My blog is pretty darn basic in comparison to most. I am not attempting to make this MySpace or YouTube-esque. I just want this to be a valuable endeavour on both sides--yours and mine.

To that end, I have created a survey that I would love for you to answer. For a few of you readers that I know, I will be sending out a separate e-mail inviting you to respond. Or, you can go the website URL that I created to take a brief survey about this personal blog:

Just cut and paste …