Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Stainglass sculpture in stairway window at Fairhaven College

Stain glass sculpture in window of south stairway, Fairhaven College Academic Building. One of many nice things to walk past wondering around campus buildings.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I have had more of a chance to discover more of your website. One word to describe it is .... awesome. I have a hard time conveying my thoughts...so please bear with me.

I really enjoyed reading about your bike ride across the country. I only wish I were in Washington state for a visit to hear ALL the details of the trip. That is an experience like one that I have wished for so very long. I grew up in South eastern Colorado....there was not much to do so I rode my bike and walked lots. I think it really contributed to the vivid imagination everyone seem to think I have! I started getting more in tune to my body about 2 years ago. Your site has really been an inspriation to me to get my bike out and ride again. I really enjoyed the story so much and I know that I will return to it many times.

I had to chuckle when I read your views on fundamentalist and Christianity. My friends here laugh because I say the same thing.....I have always said what is the difference between Pharisees and Saducees and the modern day fundamentalist? My sister and I became Christians at the same time back in 1977. I still am a believer and my sister has accepted me with all her heart....after I came out to her. I know that having a gay brother has really made her 'grow' and make her heart less judgemental. I have not been out to myself long. Always the denial thing. My faith in God helped me accept me...the gay guy that I am. It really hurts to see when fundamentalist pass judgement against people they deam unacceptable. I truly know that once I accepted myself for who I was....alot of my predjudices went away.

I love the raw blog of your thoughts. If you could only see the smile on my face when I read it. When I am sitting at my desk or driving to work...I enter into this kind of 'blog'. Today it was about seeing all these cars on the road with american flags... It just seems to me like people need this thing of'''hey...look at me!''' why is it then that we treat each other like shit? Is it patriotic to be mean to a fellow american? I kind of worry about the philosophy of 'Its all about me'

Maybe its just a California thing......

I was thinking today....if people really wanted to be patriotic...why not print out a bumper sticker that read.....'It's not about me...its about US' with an american flag or US in red white and blue?' I am sorry if my email to you seems a bit long and winded. It just is great to visit your website and see things from a different perspective.

I am a horticulturalist...the purchasing manager of a large growing facility as well as the Retail manager of a Garden Center.

I really wish that we had more places for yoga and things like the raw dance here in Sacramento. Forgive me but I spelled the group I belong to wrong...it is mans not mens (Men Au Natural Sacramento). The group is good but what we really need is more venues like what you have up there in Washington. I hope that we have a mens yoga in Sacramento soon. I really have become more aware of my body...and so maybe oneday one will start up here.

Oh...and your erotic stories are great. I visit nifty.org every day for a story to read. I was pleasantly surprised to read your stories.....wonderful.

Well...now that I have made a complete fool of myself I better sign off. I just wanted to convey to you that your site has made this Sacramento guy smile.....Thanks!

All the best to you Robert...