Burien Discoveries

Today my charge was to was drop my darling daughter off at SeaTac Airport.  When we set off, I grabbed my book, "Seattle Stairway Walks", by Jake and Cathy Jaramillo, because I recalled that there was a set of stairs in Burien close to the airport.  Once my "Mom" duty was dispatched I GPS'd the walk... Continue Reading →


Wandering Around

Obsessions are so, well, fixating!!  There are facets.  And depending upon the  angle from which I observe, or from which I catch the affliction (or attribute - Ha!) - I might grimace, shudder and/or participate in unhealthy self deprecation - or, I may smile, give myself a, "hell yeah" and maybe even a fist pump!... Continue Reading →


Part one of my answer to the question, “Why?” I guess it's not always clear (but may become clear eventually...?)So, several of my friends have asked me what it was I was looking for on “The Camino" - what was my personal quest - why in the heck did I feel compelled to go to... Continue Reading →

Turning The Corner

So Hallelujah! I turned the corner and I am no longer in what seemed to be an unreasonable, post adventure funk!!! Here is a comment posted on my blog: “Who would think that after an epic life journey, sadness would follow, but it also makes sense! How did you turn the corner?”Well, I am sure... Continue Reading →

The Post Camino Blues

As a disclaimer, I am no longer in a funk.  I still have the Post Camino Blues, however I have (thankfully) turned the corner from my sour and dragging disposition.  I felt compelled to go ahead and post this anyway, something I wrote about a week ago...For starters, I got a cold - and, it... Continue Reading →

The Evolving Shape of Faith

Definition of "Camino": Camino, translated from Spanish has a number of meanings in English. The main meaning is as a track, path or road. It also can mean a literal way, route or journey. Figuratively it means path or course.El Camino, Camino de Santiago and The Way all refer to specific paths that are the... Continue Reading →

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