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March 28, 2007 [ More archived home pages here ]

The NeonSkye Connection


The above image, Many Moons Ago is also available as a Desktop

Today's song is I'll Have to Say I Love You in a Song by Jim Croce, released in 1973.

Sometimes I wonder how people find this site? Maybe they are at the office when they discover this place? Maybe they are at home? Maybe they come back to visit again when they are on a day-trip, or longer away from home?

I know how Chuck Shepherd, [alias, NeonSkye] found me. He is a musician and was looking for some art for his newest musical endeavor, Many Moons Ago. Using a search engine, he found my art of the same name. He wrote me asking to use my art with his music, I agreed.

I previously didn't know Chuck, but I'm getting to know him. He lives on the East Coast, I on the West. We bridged the gap via the Internet, an experience that is no stranger to me after all these years.

We have exchanged a few emails and I feel a certain kinship towards him. He's an emerging artist, so I'm happy to help him out. Chuck reaches out to people with his music and thoughts. I couldn't help but reach back in his direction. :-)

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I picked today's song because love is in the air for so many at this time of year. Love is a pretty hard thing to tell someone sometimes. Sometimes you don't know you love the other person yourself! It's true, it happened to me.

I strongly believe the eyes convey love more completely than any other expression. I never found the words, "I love you" to be enough. Words can be told as lies, but eyes in love never lie.

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It is a very windy day here in San Diego today. It inspires me to write a new short story, The Kite Flyer.

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My friend, Mick, told me about these two links:

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If you're interested in understanding color, take a look at this article.

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I close today's message with the following Digital Insight.

Many Moons Ago (Created in June 2003)

I was preparing my trip back to Chicago during the Summer of 2003 when I felt compelled to create this image. It was trip of visitations to friends and family, but that was secondary to my travels.

I went back to obtain closure on several areas from my past. I spent more than a year researching and preparing for that trip and I accomplished everything I set out to do while there. Time was well spent in the planning and execution of the schedule I made for myself.

Time is always a friend to me, never an enemy; Native Americans knew that perspective well. This image is also available as a Desktop. Using my own words, I quote a portion from that page's narration:

"Celebrate the Seasons as they happen. Consider the cycles of the Moon's phases. See as many sunrises and sunsets as you can. Those are sufficient refinements towards the delineation of time for all of us."

Don


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