It’s a travel Sunday for me, starting with a cab ride to the airport at five a.m.
Happy Fathers Day to all the dads out there who are spending their day in a more sane manner. Every time I travel I think of my mom telling me before a visit – We’re coming to see you, dead or alive! Well maybe you had to know my mom to get how funny that is.
Thank you Alanis for being grateful for all kinds of weird shit.
Thank you to the airplane Gods for safe flights. Catch you on the flip side.
I am so pumped that my blog could power six Film Festivals. Whatever that might mean. Thank you, thank you, thank you to all the people (however misguided), who visited this year. And to everyone who clicked the follow button and for all your delightful comments. You’ve encouraged me to keep on going. And to all the googlers who got here by accident, try to be a little more careful when you search for random stuff or you’ll just end up back here again wondering why. It’s because my tags are all over the place. Sorry. But thanks for dropping by anyway.
Taotalk is a forum for the discussion of both the academic and pragmatic aspects of dao and Daoism, with participants expressing themselves on Daoist writings and pragmatics from their unique perspectives. It serves as a community for Daoists, and those interested in Daoism, to gather and talk dao.
To participate in the Ragtag Daily Prompt, create a Pingback to your post, or copy and paste the link to your post into the comments. And while you’re there, why not check out some of the other posts too!