it turns out that the most hiked mountain in the world is Mt. Fuji and that the second most hiked mountain in the world is Mt. Monadnock. It felt like it. Rare not to see someone else in front of or behind you on the trail, weird that a usually quiet in-middle-of-nowhere wilderness experience invited [...]
Archive for month: September, 2009
there they are. And that’s why I love this photo. Mom and Dad are being nice to me. Ross is present, Jamie’s not, and Lauren’s in between. In a line. Standing in a skinny street somewhere in Belize in 2006. Found this as I was looking through some things.
actually, it’s nate frederick, and I have the honor of seeing him now and then at work. Sometimes he is wearing a hat.
twitter told me about a candlelight vigil fast enough for me to make it down the block and around the corner as the local troops marched into my Davis Square, Somerville, somber, serious, honoring. The light was wonderful everywhere. The beauty of sorrow still tempts me, catches me, mushes my heart up. It was a [...]