I decided to drive home from Santa Fe on North 14. Its a beautiful drive beck through the mountains. It winds around on the west side of Sandia and intersects I-40 at Tijeras. It was nice getting out into the trees 🙂 I needed the break!Read More Driving south from Santa Fe on North 14
North from the I-40 Bridge Looking north Feeling the air against my face Wintry whispers wishing for snow Which we won’t see… Just smell it in the wind. Cottonwoods, reaching their bare arms into the sky Dark against the sharp blue Here and there The signs of the big bosque fire […]Read More North from the I-40 Bridge
Angel Ascending Quietly she slips into view Over the hump of her sister’s hips at rest Initially just her aura Lighting the sky in hues of gold Jubilantly peeking her goldilocks Out of cover of the night Infusing all with a sense of wonder Gilding the clouds With a Midas-like sheen […]Read More Dawn to Dusk
Sunbeam Coming out of the gray Of day-to-day reality Basking in the warmth Of your sunbeam That bright happy spot Where everything is safe Time stands still Diamond dust motes Glittering in the air Before my closed eyes Dreamily drifting Into a comfortable cozy Where everything is safe Time stands still […]Read More Sunbeam
Kasha-Katuwe means “white cliffs” in the Keresan language which is the traditional language of Cochiti Pueblo. This park which is operated by the BLM as a national park is beautiful in a stark surreal way. The cone shaped formations are volcanic hoodoos. They were formed by volcanic eruptions from the Jemez volcanic complex 6-7 […]Read More Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument
I love sunrises and sunsets. It never fails to amaze me when God chooses to bless us with beautiful colors. I started taking sunrise/sunset pictures in October. The following pictures are the first ones I took on my way to and from work. I have almost been late to work more than once becauseI was […]Read More Sunrise Sunset
I am going to leave Shadows as is… I just can’t bring myself to change it at all. I tried but just can’t do it. Anyway, I found a contest in one of my writers mags that is looking for shorter novels so I am going to enter it. We will see what happens. The […]Read More Thoughts on the new novel…and the old one.
As I drove down the road shaded by towering trees, I couldn’t help but smile. Early fall was the best time of year in New Mexico. Warm days, cool nights, the smell of roasting chile on the air. I chose the best time to come back this way, even though the season had never crossed […]Read More A little bit more … “Anywhere But Here”