"Under the weather" allows time for me to post a photographic journey through my last month
I started an early November walk by going to the fountain. Then over to Drayton Street and down to the old Telfair Hospital. Back along Whitaker Street where the sun came out. Every time I take a walk in Savannah, I see something new. Usually something beautiful.
If I want to keep something or someone at arm's length, all I have to do is analyze, intellectualize, rationalize. But if I want to know it or her or him then I follow the advice of Hafiz. You need to become a pen In the Sun´s hand. We need for the earth to sing … Continue reading In the Sun’s hand
St. Patrick's Day is a big event in Savannah. Last year the estimate was a quarter of a million people watching the parade on Saturday, and a million enjoying the festivities that night. I'm going to give you a pictorial taste of the week for me. All of the fountains were dyed green for St. … Continue reading St. Patrick’s Week in Savannah, GA
Although I'm back home and not in Savannah now, I thought I'd share some of the photos I took on a short walk one late afternoon last week. I was tired and didn't have the energy to go very far (yes, I'll be glad when my stamina returns). But in the Savannah Historic District, you … Continue reading A Short Walk in Savannah
I'm going to crowdsource this question: Why am I being drawn to water now? Yes, I do call my blog "eddiesandcurrents" (not breaking the words because water flows from eddies to currents without breaks), but why, starting during radiation when I was beginning to feel stronger, do I find myself going to places with water? … Continue reading Water, water everywhere
Yes, I did indeed make it to Savannah. Right now I have a cup of coffee at my right hand, and the shadows of leaves dance on me and on the floor as the morning sunlight streams through the windows. Being back on the soil - in this case sandy soil - where my roots … Continue reading And I did indeed make it
For about the last three or four weeks, I've been feeling a bit stronger each day. As the chemo leaves my system, I can do more - walk farther and faster, stand longer, do more activities in a day. I'm receiving the good energy so many people are sending to me for the radiation not … Continue reading Stronger and stronger