Astronomy Picture of the Day

Friday, October 31, 2014

Moonalice Band 2014 09 10 "In the Summertime" San Francisco, CA



Music For Friday...link by Moonalice.

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Happy Hallowe'en





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Last but not least:

a ticket to Mars....



Thursday, October 30, 2014

Bob Dylan - Sweetheart Like You



As the sun light fades,
so does my energy level,
turning to yt for suggestions,
almost didn't listen to this one,
the title quasi corny,
the verse
anything but...
meg

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Women in Revolution...


Monday, October 27, 2014

Stick Season's Eve


Stick Season's Eve

Soon all the leaves will be memories,
The sticks stand Tall
Against the Winter Winds.
They are only asleep,
I tell myself,
Dormant,
Until they reemerge 
In the Spring 
savor the last of the colors.

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Innocence


Innocence

Friend or Foe?
How do you know?
Another story untold
No ending seems right.

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Friday, October 24, 2014

Sam Hunt - "Take Your Time" | Live at the Grand Ole Opry | Opry



A music link for Friday...

For Cindy



For Cindy


For Cindy,
A Special Woman,
When did we roam the Earth before?

Did we know each other,
Playing different roles,
Did we sing the same old song?

You delighted
In simple pleasures,
Cup half full?
It runneth over.

Some days
I came to work,
Thinking it was all that I could do,
Then you told me,
about your weekend,
Canned a Bazillion quarts,
Put me to shame,
Our Cindy Lou.

Was our garden
better weeded,
because I thought I saw
Lucinda there?

What would she do?
What would she want?
She did not want to leave,
This material plane,
her loves,
her family,
farm,
her life.

For Cindy,
A freestyle poem,
As the leaves fall from the trees.
Dreary damp, cold and darker,
Cindy's gone
Beyond the veil.

Something funny,
about cubicle living,
talking without seeing
the face on the other side.

There we were,
In a concrete warehouse
An office bunker,
Cold and damp
Dark and dreary.

Paperwork, clients, stresses, then lunch.

Cindy would turn the radio on WOKO country,
Alabama always looking over her.
Little calls to her husband, kids, friends,
Always offering a pearl of wisdom, advice, help, food.

Errands for her other job on their farm,
I live vicariously through her farm stories.
Her energy seems boundless.
I blame her lineage and ingrained work ethic.

Don't try to keep up with her,
I tell myself.
Do the best you can.
Cindy would agree.

I thought about Cindy a few times recently.
Once when looking at my parachute material curtains.
Cindy kept telling me she would bring me a piece then she did.
I made curtains out of it.
She said the air goes through parachute material or I wouldn't know that.
The wind was blowing like crazy from the north and the parachute curtain bowed out.
I thought of Cindy.
Then Monday I saw what looked like her car, headed south.
I thought she must have been shopping,
even though it was not her.

So Friday seemed a good day to play the song she always played on Friday afternoon
in the office.
Tennessee Bird Walk.

It is the little things people leave us with that reminds us of them.
For several days I have been thinking about Cindy,
her family, her animals, her smile
Through thick and thin,
This is 
For Cindy

Love, Me
















Thursday, October 23, 2014

Radio


Radio

Trying to capture images of radios.
Soon to be extinct?
I hope not.

Here,
I imagined my father in law in ww2
In the Signal Radio Corps
North Africa and Europe.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Pipeline punishes natural gas consumers, says Gaz Metro CEO | The Chronicle Herald #fracking

Pipeline punishes natural gas consumers, says Gaz Metro CEO | The Chronicle Herald

too weary to put all into one post,
too tired to label,
blogging to shine light,
Gaz Metro is parent company of Vermont Gas, er Gaz.
Gee, how can they lower prices in Vermont and build a pipeline,
when north of border, they will raise rates?
Accountant please...