VISTAS: An awareness of a range of time, events, or subjects. A broad Mental View.
August 4

"If you want happiness for an hour...take a nap.

If you want happiness for a day...go fishing.

If you want happiness for a month...get married.

If you want happiness for a year...inherit a fortune.

If you want happiness for a others."

- Chinese Proverb -


A sort of lazy day, the last day of vacation officially, now it's the weekend, oh great now what do I do with these days, there really isn't anything to fill them, but hey I have them anyhow. the music uptown is really loud as they celebrate the days of summer in town, the blue light parade past the house was kind of neat to see. Mat is here, but not in a good mood, seems Cheyenne kind of made him mad by smoking, but she was mad because the coach was here as well, and lord knows none of us like him. Well nothing exciting today, but it was a day in my life just the same.


"Calm self-confidence is as far from conceit as the desire to earn a decent living is remote from greed."
– Channing Pollack -


It's funny how a change in routine can either cause major chaos or a pleasant sense of achievement. Maybe I need to work at changing things more often and forget the routine


sometimes I dare to dream and when I do I become sad


the midnight hour has just passed. I am thinking of the sunshine, the roof, the moonlight, the moments we shared.


it hurts to be me
there is so much pain with no visible wounds
there is so much grief with no sorrow or death
there is so much in me


the melody pulled me toward your arms
the tune caused me to sway in my resolve to stand alone
the music so sweet the touch sweeter
the song played on in my memory forever


Eyes closed
and joy


Silent winds fill no sails
Quiet seas move not a ship
Tranquil currents allow us to drift
into an aimless motion
with no direction
Flowing as the sand
With the tide
From shore to shore
into the unknown
with no anchor


We must always tell what we see. Above all, and this is more difficult, we must always see what we see.
- Charles Peguy -