As if leaving summer behind wasn’t a colossal struggle to begin with, now Mother Nature hits us with a frost advisory. Stupid frost advisories.
I realize that Labor Day has passed but, technically, summer is not yet over. 222 more words
The Great Wheel has turned once again and the longest day, the Summer Solstice, offers opportunity to stand in the heat of Solar Flame, cast the strength of our Inner Sun into the spotlight and bask in the expansive culmination of the prior months’ hard work and efforts. 1,878 more words
A couple of days ago I was hanging out with a friend. It started to rain (of course it did). Despite Mother Nature deciding to take a piss at a most inconvenient time, my friend insisted that we go for a walk in her opinion of what is “the nicest park in Reading.” If you know me, you’ll know that precipitation and I do not mix. 1,180 more words
I find it rather difficult to summarize my first encounter with Iceland. How come I went to Iceland? Simple. I just woke up one morning, and before I rolled out of bed I checked my Facebook (do not judge me, everyone is checking Facebook or Twitter or something along those lines), and I read something about the summer solstice. 755 more words