At the pond a few weeks ago.
A Place for Toads
I put this on my other website, which will soon be moved to this one, but in the meanwhile I want you to see it: https://adanielseyeview.wordpress.com/2020/08/27/placeholders-for-a-toad/
Self love in the time of Covid
As last week headed toward an end, I found myself more and more short tempered. With the amount of crap from coworkers or stupidity from family members, I knew that I needed a break because if I didn’t, I would snap at the next person who issued a wrong word my way. I stopped by…
Anniversary, pride and the metro
As most of you know, I am a casual observer of people out in public. Over the last few weeks I’ve been seeing interesting people that I wanted to note and share. Earlier this week I saw a white man wearing a suit, pulling luggage. But the odd thing was the plastic wrapped container of…
Tourist activities of a DC transplant
As a new denizen of the inner beltway, I have been partaking of the many activities this city has to offer. The museums, parks and other interesting haunts are cultural salve for someone from the culture-free zone of South Georgia – unless you count Saturday night frat parties on Frat Row! When I first arrived,…
Magic hour: Twilight at the Bartholdi Fountain – DC
Last evening’s fading light casts its fading rays on the stunning Bartholdi Fountain.
DC threw a party for my arrival!
The DC gays threw a huge party as I arrived yesterday. Pretty boys, hot women and police handing out condoms. What an amazing time! My new friends, Jim and Michael, took me under their wings and led me to a path of all things rainbow. Near the mall, thousands of people joined together to welcome…
Post Mortem: Thoughts on what worked and how to improve it for next year.
After all the meetings, I am back home and reflecting on what we accomplished and what we didn’t. We were asked to speak to the Foundation board members on Friday and tell them of our experiences. It’s easy to go back after the fact and see the strengths of the program and those items that…