Oh to live on Sugar Mountain, with the Parkers and the colored balloons model: Lady Ania
I tried so hard. I wanted to believe
When all else fails add a cat to the picture
Just another word for nothing left to lose
seeing it for the first time
Lesson two: The failure of success
In 2007 I took off on my quest to become a serious photographer. It was during the latter part of that year that I networked with this model. We met up at a coffee house and shot some pictures there. That session produced the above.
Thinking of you
She’s had to deal with a lot lately, but she’s still my little princess.
My boy cat Jak
Most of the pictures of my cats end up on another one of my blogs, Turtle Life v7
You never tried to remember me
and here you come asking for a number
These are my tools
or better yet, call them my weapons. It’s through them that I live and without them I may as well be dead. The Divine dictates my life and has anointed me with a skill to enable these, my weapons, to extract meaning or purpose from what seems like an inescapable maze of which I stumble to navigate.
A meager substance to some. A pittance. Some half-chance effort full of last ditch mediocrity. They wreak of sub-par and can’t be taken seriously… but they’re the glue that holds my heart together.
However weak my arms may be, they are all I have to carry my load. However broken they are, my legs are all I have to stand on.
My shell and my weight. Turtle life.