This photo from January 12, 2012 of the Rocky Mountains behind Boulder, Colorado made me feel like I was living on the Moon.
Here’s a great view of the Rocky Mountains and part of Boulder, Colorado, from my apartment on December 21, 2013.
(As a not-too-subtle plug for my book, that great view was paid for by my consulting career.)
“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” ~ Lao-tzu
“It also includes about five gas station stops.” ~ Alvin
Kroger clerk: Can I help you sir? You look lost.
Me: Good morning. Yes, my aunt has terminal cancer and would like some marijuana. I was wondering where you keep it?
Clerk: Um ...
Me: I thought the raw product might be in Produce, but I didn’t see it there. I’d prefer organic if you have it.
Clerk: Um ...
Me: Then I didn’t know if the edibles would be in the Candy aisle, or maybe by the ibuprofen.
Clerk: Um, sir, we don’t sell marijuana here.
Me: OMG, why not? You could put it on the same aisle as the munchies, and revenue would go up immediately! Do you have a suggestion box? Or maybe I should talk to the store manager ...
(Note: The Kroger stores in Colorado are called King Soopers, but I figure that most people know the Kroger franchise, so I used that name here.)
If you live in Colorado, you’re doing laundry at someone's house in Kentucky, and you lose a sock in the dryer, where does it go?
A Rocky Mountain sunset, near Boulder, Colorado.
A crow in the snow, a memory of a winter past.
What the sky will look like when people travel back and forth to the Moon.
When you go to the bathroom at the top of Rocky Mountain National Park, and you come out and everyone else is gone.
I woke up at 3:21 this morning, looked around, and thought, “Why is the apartment so bright?” Then I turned and saw the pre-Supermoon rising over the Rockies. Please enjoy my fancy iPhone photography skills. :)