The Drums of Your Heart

Sometimes when writing I like to follow a thought and see where it flows.  Usually it takes the form of random, semi-coherent thoughts linked in very veiled ways.  On rare occasions it takes… Continue reading

A Photo Update Of The Best Season In India Yet

The past few months have been filled with adventure, transformation, and fond memories. Rather than extrapolate on them all, here’s a little photo synopsis of what I’ve been up to. In February Gabe and… Continue reading

When You Give You Receive: Ramana’s Garden Children’s Home

“ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE!”. The chorus rang out as over 40 kids joined in a circle, belting the Beatles’ message out exuberantly while I strummed my guitar.  These special kids are joined in… Continue reading

The heArt Of My Nakedness

I am naked. I am free. And I don’t care what you think about my body. But it hasn’t always been that way. Sure, I’ve been naked plenty of times. Ask the public… Continue reading

Howl At The Moon

‘Aaaawooooo!’ Why does the wolf howl at the moon? I’m not sure. But I know why wolf howls reverberated throughout the beachside Monday night. They came from a bunch of naked swimmers spellbound… Continue reading

Making Noise With New Toys

I am like a child; give me a few toys and some friends to play with and I’m content. That pretty much sums up the past couple weeks. A motorcycle and a guitar… Continue reading

Puppy Power: Rescuing Four Adorable Sisters

I have five shadows. My own and four named Malika, Bindi, Mala, and Kali. The four new members of the spice farm are some hairy girls but they’re still goddamn cute…because they’re puppies!… Continue reading

Indecent Exposure: Crossing the Atlantic

No matter how much I travel there are always surprises and lessons that start almost as soon as I set foot on a plane. This year’s journey from Washington DC to Mumbai was… Continue reading

Reverse Culture Shock and the Bum Gun

*I wrote this upon returning home from traveling last summer and recently found it on my computer.* Culture shock. Everyone has heard the term, world traveler or agorophobe. When you travel to somewhere… Continue reading

The Past and the Present: Re-engaging the Travel Blog

One of my New Year’s Resolutions this year was to re-engage in recording my travel and life experiences.  It’s been over a year since my last post on this platform (I have been… Continue reading