Posts Tagged ‘california’

San Francisco


In San Francisco, there are two worlds, two views. As a visitor or new comer, your eyes are fixated up. You see the magnificant architecture. You see the array of sleek modern skyscrapers among the older Victorian masterpieces. Your view is entirely static. True, you might see the occassional cluster of fog, but really… That […]

“Jump in a sitting position” Those were the words that began my week with Lorelle VanFossen. After a long drive back from WordCamp Dallas, Lorelle came into my home and told a tale of her blind cat who tried to measure the distance from his jumping point (whatever that was) and the edge of the […]