Oryoki: ”Just right”
Category Archives: Earth
Again, Madison Square Park at its finest. I’m sitting at a small cafe table doing pretty much nothing. It doesn’t get better than this! “To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee, one clover and a … Continue reading
It was a small, last-minute dinner at El Kallejon (209 East 117, if you want to sample some really, really tasty Mexican seafood/vegan/whatever!)
Bean was doing a promotion that involved setting up little “rooms” outdoors, where people could work. Mad Square was gorgeous today!
Inward, inward. The older I get, the more I turn inward. Sitting in Zagara’s outdoor cafe on Sunday, traffic is light on 7th Avenue and sighing by on gibbering rubber. Buses cough and wheeze and rumble away like blue elephants. … Continue reading
Whatever happened to the poor little pronoun, “me”? It seems everyone is ashamed of it and is trying to get away from it as quickly as possible. But “me” is just an object: picture something falling on it (i.e., acting … Continue reading
The first shy violets: overwhelmed by riotous Japanese cherries, double daffodils, military-erect tulips, crabapple blossoms, hyacinths, and more. Their little purple and white stars huddle against tree roots, bravely poking their heads out into the sun. The trees above them … Continue reading