Now a days most people enjoy things that are pleasing to the eye, but not pleasing to the soul
San Francisco is abstract
Everything belongs in Frisco, nothing is odd or out of place
This is where all the outcast, misfits, races, ethnicity, Art, buildings, ideas, Dreamers, all find a home.
This was the place were the Beatnik Generation was berthed.
A place where nothing is strange, and everyone always has somewhere to be, or somewhere to go.
Ramblers, Prophets, Poets, Protesters, Students, Artists, Pot Heads, Police, Homeless, Rich, Bikers, Workers all can co-exist together seamlessly
She gets me so excited about life I can barely stand it. Everytime she talks I start shaking and beatin’ on things, get goosebumps and jump outta my seat. Shes mad, Shes fiery, Shes wild about life. Always telling me to be true to myself. NEVER be anything different.
I fully understand why my uncle Jack fell in love and just had to have her. Heck, I’m in love with her. Such a spunky, stubborn, beautiful spirit.
Jack: “If you are around her for any length of time, you will find her enthusiasm for life is contagious. She can do push-ups, chin-ups, she’s a terrific golfer, expert water skier, and swimmer. She’s a lecturer, author, civic leader and business woman, in fact she runs BeFit Enterprises. She’s a super wife and a good friend. To me she is living proof of all that a woman can be!”
Jack said in an interview that husbands and wives shouldn’t try to change each other, Elaine LaLanne once said that their secret was to be friends with each other. They were married for 51 years before Jack died in January 2011.
Always raw. Always passionate. Stubborn to live the life you desire.
“The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn, like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes “Awww!”
Sosua. Bus ride with pablo. stories shared. options A B and C. Silas. Worship with the boys. Home. Salsa! Sleep. early morning. coffee. van ride. beach and shells. Snorkleing. fish. reef. vast. hose. converstation. guitars and singing. talk to mom. killing flies with rubber bands. Pictures pictures pictures. silliness with silas. mango salsa
Snorkeling at the beach this morning was an amazing experience! Made me a bit scared of the water, because i realized how much life was under there. So much, and so little at the same time. Its so empty, so vast I had never thought about it before. Such another world. And i only saw a very little bit! Water pressure and the burn of sea salt in your eyes and on your skin is something you have to get used to. Nevertheless, something to check off the bucket list!
Being taken out of your element really forces you to re-evaluate how you see life. Differences like culture, climate, and language, can change the whole idea of what you call “life”. Is there only one way to live? A right way and a wrong way? No, I don’t believe so. Life is what you make it, and what you allow it to be.