The Third Letter


Little Mama is dying. I wrote her some letters, and Milena told me she read them to her, and that she told everyone to make plans to go to Ft Worth for the big art opening in December. That makes me happy, to know that she wants to go. That project was a big one […]

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Snores


This is an old recording, from probably 2007 or 2008, of Milena and Rucie (our cat at the time) in a snoring duet. They woke me up one night, and it was so funny that I *had* to snag my iPhone to record their song. Sorry for the noise– our space heater was on, but […]

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Surging Toward Oneness


Surging toward Oneness; toward the reunification of all that I am, and all I am yet to be, simultaneously; no less me than I am now. Surging toward an expanded perception of all that “I” really am, not exchanging one limited expression of limitation for another. (inspired by “Oneness,” by Rasha) (website) (Amazon)

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Venus Transit


2012/06/21: Final version. Mastered by Dell at Pep Ventura in Dallas. Nice loudness maximizing, man! 2012/06/20 (entry two): Okay. Calling it DONE. Spent all day trying to fix the clipping, but in the end just put a hard limiter on the whole mix. Rock on!!! 2012/06/20: Okay… I’m ’bout done with this baby! Did a […]

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Psychedemia Podcast Jingle: “happyMorning”


2012-07-27: Android Jones is one of the primary visual artists for Psychedemia. He’s known for his spiritual/techno/futuristic creations, and I was focusing on his work when I created this bubbly “ancient tribal funk” jingle for the Psychedemia Podcast. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Psychedemia-Podcast/121569081316731 2012-06-19: Daniel said they LOVE it, so it’s a wrap! I just made sure there were […]

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Milena at Tikal


This image of Milena atop one of the Mayan pyramids at Tikal strikes me on many levels. First of all, you see what she is seeing, you feel what she is feeling. The photo is taken over her left shoulder, and we can see that we are above the jungle treetops, and way off in […]

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