Thursday, May 21, 2009

No Bad Kitties

I think there are no bad cats. But if there were bad cats, I'd have to say my neighbor's cat, Simba, might be one.

He sneaks into my house and pees on things! A few weeks ago I got up from my computer and found him stalking off- he'd been right behind me. As we both stood in my kitchen, I asked him just what he thought he was doing, and his response was to GROWL at me!!

Then, last week I got home from work and f
ound him sitting up in the old tree house in the big willow tree in my front yard. He allowed me to take these photos of him. You can see what a handsome fellow Simba is. But he's also nuts.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Busting Loose with Robert Scheinfeld

Below are three short videos showing Robert Scheinfeld, in excerpts from the movie 'Leap!', discussing Busting Loose, which is moving from what he calls Phase 1 human existence into Phase 2 human existence, and 'busting loose' from illusion and returning to a knowing of Who You Really Are. I've been working with this information and finding it very liberating. It is the most transformational metaphysical material I've worked with in over 30 years. If it interests you, a good starting point to learn more is his first book: Busting Loose From The Money Game, or, better yet, his newer book, Busting Loose From The Business Game. He also has multimedia home study courses available.

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Close Up Kitties




Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Kim & The Caballeros

I just came across this video of my good friend Kim, of Kim and the Caballeros, playing a song at the Sagebrush Inn in Taos, New Mexico. The fellow behind and to the right of Kim is her husband Chip. If you like their music, there are several CDs available, over at:

Here is Kim's description of how she came to be a twangy country singer:

"My mom force fed old country (we’re talkin’ Loretta, Cash, Waylon, Willie and the boys) to me at an early age, and I rebelled, first playing bass in an 80s rock band, “The Bohiems”, later becoming a folkie, still leaning in the rock genre, but mostly writing tortured love songs and political/social stuff in the band “Burning Joan.” For giggles, in 2003 I recorded a bastardized version of “Blue Eyes Cryin’ in the Rain” for my mom’s birthday, and it all took off from there. I realized my roots had caught up to me and I liked it."

Monday, May 4, 2009

A May Moon

The moon was looking cool here tonight,
peeking out through the clouds...