Tag Archives: recovery

8 September 2019

Rest day. Walked 10,000+ steps. Stretching.
Beneath the Raven Moon – Mary Youngblood
When I Was Most Beautiful – Last Forever
Harvest Moon – Neil Young
Sometimes Eagles – Jack Gladstone
The Kilburn High Road – Flogging Molly
Cold Snow – Jonathan Edwards
Son Sventa N’ahual San Lorenzo – Lol Gomez, Xun Perez, and Mariano Santis Hernandez
Going Up the  Country – Canned Heat
DNA – Kendrick Lamar
The Real Old Mountain  Dew – The Clancy  Brothers & Tommy Makem
Leave It – Yes
Sweet Lorraine – Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson
Always Back to You – Eric Bogle
Arizona Skies – Los Lobos

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31 August 2019

This became a rest day. I was too tired to workout in the morning. Then I spent a hunk of the day at the U.S. Open. When I returned home, I was still too tire. Tomorrow will be another day.

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24 August 2019

Recovery day.
Stretching  (2x). Gym in Tricia’s Apartment.
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For – U2
Spirit in the Dark – Aretha Franklin
Ananau – Luis Cachiguango
Bell Bottom Blues – Derek & The Dominos
Down Along the Cove – Bob  Dylan
House of Exile – Lucky Dube
Kahua O Mail’o 0 Kahua
Here I Am – Steve Earle
A Hard Nut to Crack – Aaron Neville
Hewlett – Planxty
Zydeco X – BeauSoleil
Never in Vain – Bloodkin
Streets of New York – The Wolfe Tones
Redemption Day – Sheryl Crow
Small Miracles – Eric Bogle

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Responding to Typhoon Haiyan

Looking for some ways to help the people of the Philippines affected by Typhoon Haiyan / Typhoon Yolanda? Here is what I support:

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance is working with our mission partner the National Council of Churches in the Philippines (NCCP) and fellow members of the ACT (Action by Churches Together) Alliance. An initial grant of $50,000 from One Great Hour of Sharing funds will help provide emergency food, water and other basic humanitarian needs to families affected by Typhoon Haiyan / Typhoon Yolanda that struck the country on November 8.

Many organizations are responding to this disaster. Most are reputable. Some are not. Some will make mistakes. A few will even take advantage of the people in the deepest need.

My giving goes through the Presbyterian Church because I have seen the work we do and we work in partnership with people on the ground, people directly affected.

If you have a place where you prefer to give, give generously. If you are looking for a place to give, I encourage you to try Presbyterian Disaster Assistance.

See you along the Trail.

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It is morning

It is morning.
It is after.
For those who passed through
Hurricane Sandy
Tropical Storm Sandy
Nor’easter Sandy
Frankenstorm
it will,
as for anyone
who lives through any
significant, dramatic, traumatic event,
always be after.

It is morning.
It is after.
In varying degrees of
shock and grief,
faith and hope,
assessment begins,
analysis begins,
recovery begins,
rebuilding begins.

It is morning.
It is after.

30 October 2012
Shire on the Hudson

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