Tuesday, December 21, 2010

It was a Gift

Ten years ago we made vows before the moon and wrote eternity in the sand...in a world of impermanence and constant change, of growth and destined decay, we found immortality in US... Knowing that silver and gold can be melted away, taken off and abandoned ,we instead committed ourselves to Jatta...the blessed knots that adorn our heads and forever hold the Ganges close by. Ten revolutions of the sun and ten revelations of the moon have brought me to your answer my love. "What was life like before the endless 3"......just you and me...You and Me.

Ten years are just the beginning.
From: Aaron

Siddie's Dreamcatcher

Monday, December 20, 2010

Eclipse and Solstice

Full moon, ecliptic lunar, rich merlot, and a dark solstice.
Couldn't have run into a more magical night.

Happy Solstice!

Thursday, December 16, 2010

An Ode to Love

True blue.

I only have eyes for you.

Ten years, five babies. Weed, whiskey, and slayer; Down with a southern boy.
An eco-village, a few pipe dreams, a quest for the past, the primitive ways.

North Beach and a cliff house. Vegan.

Feeding off of moon-lite nights and treading on sand. Machine Head and babies in baskets. I street and the Red Vic. Dreadhead, Brother Jay, that class together. Commi Ben and all of your other homeless friends. Walking away together, breakfasts and the studio.

Gautama, Malcolm X, and the way Johnny Got His Gun. The bookstores, SF, a true anarchists plan. Zendik, Enota, Deadwood Oregon. The Evil Dead bridge.

Dracula 2000, gross, why did we go? The stage, Land Park, and that mid-summer night's dream.

Incense and ash. The bluest god we know. His third eye. Varanasi, Baphomet, and calling down the moon.

Our days before the boys and that little girl. Ten years ago.

An oath. Under a star, the moon, and ocean. The meditation cliff.

Gita, sand, hemp. Rudraksha.

Sealed. Ten years ago.

Happy Anniversary, my love.

I could only find this song live.
Anyway, enjoy...

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Thursday, December 9, 2010

A Big Day for a Little Dude!

I couldn't have more fun with any other boy. You little Mahatma.

Your havavy house, I'd come over any day!

You're a big bother to two. You've come a long way to be with us.

You little man of many costumes. The cutest turtle tot.

It's hard to let you grow up, you're way too much fun this way.

Easy breezy baby.

War Machines and Men of Iron, your world is full of so many warriors.

Somedays, I don't understand a word that you say.

May your world be forever filled with animated play.

Cherished five years.

Happy Birthday Mahatma Judah!