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Horses or asses?

Riding the wild wind, dancing among tornados, exploring this vast land - as we shambled along at a blistering one mile per hour...

 

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Ramblin' Breeze

 

Travel Chat

The stresses islanders face consist greatly of the danger of coconuts dropping on their heads...

 

Learning to Spit

 I mean, people like really 'gwel' up revoltingly large goobles of gob of varying densities and hue.

Mental

Housekeeping

deciding to sweep out the

debris of a very damaged heart, she embarked upon a frenzy of mental housecleaning...

 

East Fork, TN

...a place I highly recommend. I listened to a rather rough but pleasant chap chirping about the other sites he'd been to. He was a bit 'sozzled'...

 

JADED WOMAN FINDS JEWELS

Upon due consideration: one  can very easily conclude that humanity really sucks...

 

PASTA-EATING LION LET LOOSE IN SA GAME PARK
A SEVEN-year-old lioness named Lea who spent the first years of her life in an Italian zoo eating pasta...

 

Meadowlark Lodge

Smack dab in the the middle of the Nashville surrounds is a secret place

 

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Of Fish & Fillet...

who says mermaids have to be so big?

 

I lived here

 

Tooth Nazis of Nashville

'tooth pulling vampires...'

 

Grief Brief

'don't die in the tub today', she said aloud to her weeping self...

 

Codependent?

Naturally, I disagree...

Heartbreak

Y

a note to D.

Strange 

 

ouch!

 

Florida

Coffee Conversation

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Wednesday morning blues

 

 

Ever have one of those days when you wonder how your could've been so blind about someone? Take it from me: I am nobody's fool. I have a survivalist's instinct about people. Contrastingly, I  have a rather romantic view of things like honor, loyalty and truth.

 

On this day, however, now three years after being betrayed and abandoned, it is is as if the chemicals in my brain have altered and I see the world through Average Jane's eyes. Horrible, horrible and more horrible! No wonder people seem to find me so interesting: I am forever exploring the depths of thought, giving color and texture to emotion and painting my landscape with lots of love and entertaining hypotheses.

 

I am no saint but it took my whole life up to this point to fall in love so absolutely and that there is no known cure. That happened six years ago and the relationship only lasted three of those years. I feel as though I have been mauled by an extremely dangerous beast and left to die.

Obviously,  I have not died yet - I still have some ways to go.

 

This devastating aftermath has had some interesting consequences thus far: it has made me very loving towards friends and my understanding is more tinged with tolerance for a whole new aspect of humanity.

 

My humanity has made me somehow more human.  Nothing much sways me one way or another. Excessive greed for financial gain is not an issue. I continually do self-examination to make sure that selfishness is not taking too much root. I worry about the long term consequences of any potentially negative characteristics. My biggest failing is my inability to tolerate fools. People who refuse to think and to strive. Don't be silly, I am obviously not referring to one's perceived place in society and corporate clawing. I am trying to talk myself out of my harsh-glass view of life on this day.

 

I woke up this morning and was horrified to realize what a fool I have been. My relationship had only been in my own head and was not a two-way street.

I never, ever again want to experience the feeling of being discarded like dirty washing or something distasteful stuck under a shoe.

 

However, the moment of harsh clarity has now passed because life is just so damned peachy and it is getting towards my lunch break. So the sense of my true love just being away for a while returns along with my illusions.

 

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THE PLAN

 is to have a decent jar of beluga caviar someday soon

 

Caviar is the only way to go

 declares fabulous foreigner
Why should fiscal challenges inhibit the quality of life?

 

The Last Elephant

 of the Knysna Forest of South Africa...

 

AN elephant

NAMED 'Hapoor'

 

Something nasty this way comes

Severe and sudden necessity will cause acute change. Such changes will probably cause deep regret down the line of time...

 

List Of Links for

Small Business

Women have to try and save the what's left of the world - go and give it a try!

 

My Boy :

he cuts a handsome figure and has such  youthful optimism you cannot help but love him. A true California boy, blonde hair, blue eyes and the whitest teeth...

 

Baby Boomer Ages Reluctantly but still with style

And still, more often than not, I bounce through the day reminding myself to age gracefully and secretly plan my future plastic surgeries...,

I have a new camera!

We'll be shooting a movie very soon. It has been a long time. I am excited! I have two little films planned:

Number 1: It is , of course, about a jar of Beluga Caviar which arrives and changes closed-minded  people's lives in a small hick town.

 

Photos

"Why are animal activists more concerned with animal cruelty than abortion?" - we'll give you the answer next week

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Theory

It would be a trifle odd, I suppose, to be a railway bum at my age and not be able to get all dolled up for the occasion

They were dark days for gentle people in Africa.

The colors of blood and black were everywhere - coupled with the burning of the cities, of farms, of people.

Ode to the Egg:

O Eggie, O Eggie, none better than the Eggie!
From bum of chicken to plate of prince, personable, satisfying, uncomplaining and nice to eat
Eggs grow leggs - eventually - and run off to greener pastures
How interesting is the Egg!

 
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