Denver

Blue Dot Club

A father and his daughter walk down the street one fine blue skied Sunday morning. Shops are closed at mid-day. Birds chirp from the trees. Everything is deserted. A gust of wind kicks up tumbleweeds. They swirl amidst the dust and blow down the paved road. A rabbit hops across the street, stops, twitches its nose. The little girl pulls at her father’s arm. “Look, Daddy.” Her eyes follow the floppy ears and white tail as it darts under a…

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Mabon de la Lune

The September full moon marks the Harvest Moon, the full Moon that occurs closest to the autumn equinox which divides the day and night equally, getting ready to embrace the light and shadow within and honoring the impending dark. If you are seeking protection, prosperity, security, and self-confidence, or harmony and balance, then fall in love with Mabon season, which falls on Friday, September 21st and ends on Saturday, September 29th. The peak of harvest, where farmers were able to…

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Down and Out in Denver

On more and more corners of downtown Denver, at Speer, Colfax and Broadway I see unwashed people of all gender, race and creed, usually adult, dressed in rags sleepily holding cardboard scraps with marker written messages asking for money. There seems to be several methods of “spare changing.” I see one lady with a baby stroller and a couple of kids crying. I wonder how many times a day she’s pinched them to elicit that reaction. I gave some strung…

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