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Wow!! I didn’t realize that it has been two full months – my Memorial Day post – since I have been able to update my little corner of the inter-webs!!

My little fuchsia is blossom happy!!

My little fuchsia is blossom happy!!

An unfortunate and unplanned two month hiatus from the world wide web was thrust upon me as I found myself without internet, television, or telephone at home at the end of May. Unfortunately; my finances were still struggling to recover from nine months of unemployment; three of which without the assistance of State Unemployment Insurance (thank you Mr. and Ms. Congress!) and I had to pick and choose carefully how I budgeted the little income I was able to make through taking odd jobs through TaskRabbit.com.

Lithodora diffusa 'Heavenly Blue'

Lithodora diffusa ‘Heavenly Blue’

The decision of course was that I had to refocus all of my income toward those thing which are absolute essentials; paying my rent and food for myself and my cat. I realized that everything else was a luxury; and that I would have to live without the internet and cable television for a short spell. Thankfully; now that I am three months into my new job, my finances are getting much better and it looks like I won’t have to rely on the garden to provide my food, which is a good thing as a diet which consists solely of pomegranates, strawberries, tomatoes, and some herbs seems somewhat nutritionally deficient for the amount of calories I expend cycling.

A pomegranate in the making

A pomegranate in the making

Pomegranate flowers are crazy looking!

Pomegranate flowers are crazy looking!

So what did I do with all of the ‘extra’ time I suddenly found after checking out of the ‘connected’ world?

For the most part; I spent a lot of time on the bike and starting rebuilding my old bike. I had noticed that since I broke my ankle last September that I had let getting saddle time on the bike take a deep dive. That issue needed to be rectified, and pronto! I created a training schedule for myself; taped it to the front door; and starting tracking my results, it was the motivation I needed.

A training schedule on the front door = motivation

A training schedule taped to the front door = Motivation!

I had been letting the ankle injury, and its impact on my mental state, guide how I approached cycling. This overly cautious approach was fine in the first couple of months following being cleared to ride again by my doctor; however, I never moved past caution. My ankle is healed; I needed get my brain to be okay with that concept and get back to cycling again. So; I decided to challenge myself, I set two goals for myself: 1) Try to ride 400-miles a month / 2) Complete a 100-mile charity ride/race by November 3, 2014 (my b-day). On June 6th, I got to work getting back to focusing on riding and not my ankle. I didn’t quite hit my goal of 400-miles in June – but I was close!!

June 6 - July 8, 2014 | 298.57 miles

June 6 – July 8, 2014 | 298.57 miles

Another benefit of the loss of connectivity was the realization of how much of a life vacuum the internet and television really are. I never really noticed just how much time I spent until I was suddenly without – it was a lot of time! Now that I have identified spending too much time online and in front of the tube as a barrier to living the life that I choose; I have moved fixing it for good right to the top of the list of things to work on about myself.

I kept busy though! 298.57 miles from 6-6 to 7-8-2014

I kept busy though! 298.57 miles from 6-6 to 7-8-2014

N+1; Achieved!

N+1; Achieved! New Bike meet Old Bike

Il Toro~Blu rides again! As I mentioned; I also set to work on putting my old bike back together by slowly gathering parts over the past two months. Right now, she is about 95% complete, I just need to find a means of putting power to the wheels – a track crankset, pedals, and a chain – to get her road worthy! I just couldn’t stand to look at her frame sitting on my dresser any longer, she has way too much sentimental value to me to end up a wall-hanger!

Il Toro~Blu (the Blue Bull)

Il Toro~Blu (the Blue Bull)

Gathering parts for the rebuild

Gathering parts for the rebuild

Finally; she is able to roll again!

Finally; she is able to roll again!

Of course, I also spent a lot of time in the garden. Mainly caring for my tomatoes and experimenting with how to support the plants without using the traditional ‘mater cages as I just didn’t want to introduce them into my patio – their aesthetic is dismal! I remember on an episode of The Victory Garden; the host visited a commercial tomato farm where they used a system of wires hanging down from a horizontal beam above the planters. The farm’s gardeners would wrap the tomatoes around the wires, which almost reached the soil, and the tension of the vines grabbing the wires apparently supports even the most tomato laden plant. So far, the system is working like a charm!

My Arkansas Travelers are growing nicely

My Arkansas Travelers are growing nicely

About 3-weeks from my first harvest

About 3-weeks from my first harvest

A bountiful harvest to come

A bountiful harvest to come

Grow babies, Grow!

Grow babies, Grow!

Now, it’s time to go out and enjoy life outdoors; the weather here in Oakland is glorious and I feel like pedaling! My next installment will definitely be more garden-centric; hopefully I will have found and planted a good array of late summer annuals to add some pop and color to the patio, right now, it’s kind of monochromatic and the focus is clearly the tomatoes. Another thing which I will have address. 🙂 Hope everyone has a great weekend!

Happy Weekend Friends!

Happy Weekend Friends!

Until next time…

 HAPPY GARDENING FRIENDS!!

~ Noah

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…are not quite as little as I had previously thought.

~or~

How I decided a broken ankle is a temporary setback to be conquered!

Redwood Tree; Tilden Park, Berkeley, CA

Tilden Park, Berkeley, CA

Walking; not really something which I gave much thought to over the last forty or so years, I realize now that it is just not as easy as we all make it look!

Cycling; you have heard the old adage; ‘Easy as riding a bicycle‘? Well, I am now under the impression that whomever it was that coined the term had most likely not broken their ankle. There is nothing easy about riding a bicycle at the moment!

I didn't think much about this ride; 50-miles on 9/4/13

I didn’t think much about this ride; 50-miles on 9/4/13

I find myself now entering the third month of my unplanned one-legged journey through this section of that which I call my life. Still finding myself unable to take advantage of those two-wheels which just 90-days ago would happily take me anywhere my legs could pedal myself to. Even though my trusty bicycle; Il Toro-Blu, resides with me in my apartment and is more than ready to venture, sadly that means of transportation is still a couple of weeks away.

Needless to say; both walking and cycling have recently gained much ground in their intrinsic value and importance to my life.

Self-Portrait of a Cyclist

You can’t hold a cyclist down forever

I am a cyclist; and unfortunately injuries happen. I have accepted that coaxing my weakened and atrophied left leg muscles back into shape is just par for the course; the price of admission, as it were, to the land of walking under my own power.

My outlook is clearing

My outlook is clearing up nicely

I have been working really, really hard on rehabilitating the ankle and am happy to be able to say that the work is finally starting to pay dividends. This week I have begun my first steps around the apartment without the use of crutches or a cane. As expected, my walking gait is sloppy and ungainly; however, the locomotion is solely under my own power and that for me is a huge victory.

Putting in the work here to get me out there

Putting in the work here to get me out there

I have to thank a lot of people for helping me along the way; my Dad, my Brother, My Ex-Wife, and an assortment of great friends who were game to shuttle me around to doctor’s appointments; grocery shopping; etc. If it wasn’t for them, the last 90-days would have been much, much more miserable.

Goals for 2014

Goals for 2014

Before the accident; the above graphic was a typical week for me cycling. I was averaging between 175 – 200 miles per week and was loving it. My goals for 2014 are realistic and I will be working at putting 400 to 500 miles per month under my belt throughout the New Year. I still have a 100-mile ride to conquer; to date the longest bike ride I have done was just 2-days prior to breaking my ankle, on Sept. 4th, 2013, where I rode from my house in Oakland, up the I-80 bike way to Vallejo, CA for a total of 50.29-miles.

A lovely ride it was

A lovely ride it was

Really though, the one thing that I am looking forward to is just the fun of getting out there and exploring the world on two-wheels, at ground level, and making my own routes as the mood strikes. To be able to get back to the hills, to enjoy the camaraderie of fellow cyclists, and to be able to come home after a long workout and relax in my garden.

I am a simple man, I am a gardener, I am a cyclist.

Until Next Time…

HAPPY GARDENING FRIENDS!!

~ Noah

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Since the accident on September 6, 2013 which resulted in me breaking my ankle quite decently, gardening and blogging have unfortunately had to take a back seat to me focusing on my recovery. There will be plenty of time to tend to the garden and even more time to write down the road; sadly, I only have a very narrow period of time to ensure that the ankle heals properly.

Let the healing begin!

Let the healing begin!

The injury to the ankle was pretty major; a bimalleolar fracture, which is doctor speak that simply means that I broke either two bones or that I broke one bone in two places in the ankle, mine was the later of the two. The bones were set at Solano Medical Center and I had hoped they would set properly; unfortunately, the break was just too severe and I reluctantly conceded defeat and visited Highland Hospital. The attending physician in the Orthopedic Department confirmed the ankle was not healing after looking at my x-rays and scheduled my surgery. The operation; an Open Reduction Internal Fixation (ORIF), was performed on October 21, 2013, and included the need for some new hardware to be added to ankle; a titanium plate and six surgical bone screws, were required to align and keep the fractured bone back into correct alignment. Yep, Ouch!

The point of incision after staples removed

The point of incision after staples removed

I definitely have to thank my surgeon; Dr. Peter Slabaugh and the entire staff of Highland Hospital here in Oakland, CA, for their amazing work. The doctor was really great about explaining everything and ensuring that I understood what I was in for regarding the surgery and post-operative care. The staff at Highland were also great, from the day I walked (well, hobbled)  in to get the ankle looked at, to the scheduling all of my various orthopedic appointments, and through to my surgery, I was never in the hospital for more than just a couple of hours at the most. With the only exception being the day of my surgery, which I believe took between 6 – 8-hours in total from check-in to release, I was a little out of it so departure time is a hazy still.

I also must recognize and give my sincere thanks to my AMAZING family for always being there for me after breaking my ankle. Especially my Dad for taking me to the hospital for all of my appointments, my surgery, and for picking up groceries for me. I am also grateful to my brother and my ex-wife for making themselves available to take me grocery shopping or drop off the rent check if needed. I never really imagined just how completely limiting having a broken ankle really is and were it not for the support of my family over the past 2-months, it definitely would have been nearly impossible to mange completely on my own.

Recovering; swollen from a walk today, but getting better!

Recovering; swollen from a walk today, but getting better

The seemingly endless boredom of being home, limited to the couch and the occasional trip to the kitchen or to the patio, has easily been the worst part of my recovery. Frustrating and Emotional succinctly summarize the last 2-months of my life;

  • Frustrating; in that I have not been able to enjoy the two activities which most make me happy; gardening and road cycling
  • Emotional; in that there had been that lingering uncertainty regarding the recovery outlook
Things are looking brighter!

Things are looking brighter!

Thankfully; since having the operation, the last 2-weeks have been much, much better than the preceding weeks. The surgery went great and the ankle feels much more stable than I would have thought so soon after the operation. In fact, my doctor advised that I am able to start adding weight to the leg, which is a month sooner than I was expecting. I still rely on my crutches for mobility and balance; however, with each passing day I am able to increase the amount of weight my ankle can bear. I have set a goal of being able to use a cane by my next appointment on December 5, 2013. Hopefully my doctor will clear me to start indoor cycling after the December appointment and that I might get back to road cycling by January or February.

Soon.... soon!

Soon…. soon!

In garden related news; I got a great new book for my birthday on Nov. 3rd from my Dad’s wife. I am just starting to dive into the book; however, so far, I really enjoy it and can see that i will likely be referring to it often. I was very pleasantly surprised with the book and it is the perfect gift considering my current state of immobility and residence. The book; Apartment Gardening, by Amy Pennington, is a great reference for all things gardening in an apartment environment, including many projects and recipes to get the most out of your tiny space. I look forward to reading the rest of book, trying out some of the projects and recipes, and adding it to my reference library.

Apartment Gardening

Apartment Gardening

I was able to clean up the patio today, do a little bit of pruning of the overgrown snapdragon, watering all of the indoor and outdoor plants, and finally just relaxing and enjoying the patio garden. Next, finish preparing the garden for the long winter months ahead and start planning next year’s garden!

A clean, happy place for plants

A clean, happy place for plants

The other side of the patio

The other side of the patio

A happy day in the garden

A happy day in the garden

Until next time…

HAPPY GARDENING FRIENDS!!

~ Noah

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Lithodora Diffusa shadow the road ahead

Lithodora Diffusa v. Heavenly Blue cast his shadow on the road ahead

The inevitable tightening of the belt string has begun in earnest; I have balanced the household budget between the must pay (rent, utilities, credit cards, etc.), the should pay (cell phone), and the probably a good idea to buy (food!) items and it will be tight but I should be just dandy until I can land another position. Most of last week was spent on the aforementioned budget and plugging away at finding a likely candidate for Noah’s Career v. 3.2. 

On Fire!! Amazon Sunset, Parrot's Beak

On Fire!! Amazon Sunset, Parrot’s Beak

I have been filling what precious little time is left doing what having a day job usually puts a serious damper upon; namely, pedaling my bicycle where ever it is that I feel like going or just hitting the local driving range and getting a $5.00/bucket of range balls and working on my golf game. I continue to eagerly await the happy voice mail or  email from a Human Resources professional near me real soon with my orders to come in from the cold.

Happy Hydrangea - a sign of good things to come!

Happy Hydrangea – a sign of good things to come!

I will continue to apply for those positions which I am qualified, adding to the six lucky companies who last week were graced the opportunity to hire me!

Patience Kwai Chang, Patience – I must continue to remind myself that it has only been one-week!!

What is it they say? When the going gets tough, the tough purchase a Dahlia? Meet Mrs. Dahlia v. Mystic Haze, apropos to my state of mind over the last week. Ha ha!

Welcome Dahlia v. Mystic Haze

Welcome Dahlia v. Mystic Haze

My latest addition is definitely a bright beauty in a dark-ish week

My latest addition is definitely a bright beauty in a dark(ish) week

Elsewhere around the garden; the hydrangea are exploding into their full spring bloom. The Helen Mount viola have also made a remarkable comeback from the brink of death from dehydration!

Helen Mount Voila

Helen Mount Voila

A viola here, a viola there, viola, viola, everywhere!

A viola here, a viola there, viola, viola, everywhere!

I will leave you today with the following shot; I thought that the flower stalk of the coleus set against the pink flower of the Ornamental Strawberry (fragaria x. lipstick) was interesting and I wanted to share. Until next week friends.

Happy Gardening Everyone!!

Happy Gardening Everyone!!

~ Noah

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It is not always the biggest flowers that I enjoy the most

It is not always the biggest flowers that I enjoy the most

I gotta tell you, I am really starting to enjoy the weekends much more than I have for quite some time! Sunday’s have historically been a day for getting the chores done (laundry, grocery getting, house cleaning, etc.); however, since I purchased my bicycle in January, Saturday’s and Sunday’s have become a day for getting out, getting some exercise, and just having fun without worrying about parking, gas, or traffic.

Cineraria in incredibly VIVID purple!

Cineraria in incredibly VIVID purple!

Since getting the bike; I have been trying to ride somewhere in the 15 – 20 mile range during the weekends. I have come to terms with the reality that 20+ years of driving had taken its toll on my stamina, leg strength, and overall cardiovascular system; by the time I get home after a long ride, I am usually far too tired to think about doing chores!  This is not a terrible thing as I now find that I spend even more time out on the patio just enjoying the garden from a comfy garden chair (to rest my weary old bones upon). The chores which formerly dominated my weekend are easily pawned off on an unsuspecting work week, ensuring that my weekends are again valued as a precious resource –  not to be squandered on the tedious, but to enjoy at a full throttle pace in pursuit of fun!

Il Toro Blu - my 2012 SE Draft - Froio's Custom Edition

‘Il Toro Blu’ – 2012 SE Draft – Froio’s Custom Edition

My bicycle has followed the same theme as my garden; replace and refresh until I find something  I like – with the garden; it was January’s Winter Patio Refresh ; taking what I had learned from 2-years of gardening here in Oakland and turning that into what is now the garden I envisioned when I moved in and realized that the patio was screaming to be reborn. The patio was a dirty, unkempt, and generally dingy concrete slab, devoid of anything interesting which I quickly set about addressing.

From the barren wasteland that you see outside the window in this early blog image (Mr. Big Boy Avocado and an avocado that didn’t quite make it)

My plant collection, January 2011

My plant collection, January 2011

To what I enjoy today (Mr. Big Boy Avocado still very much a part of the landscape)

Flowers, Flowers, Everywhere

Flowers, Flowers, Everywhere

So too my bicycle has undergone a metamorphosis; from the plain stock version that arrived in January. I quickly set about upgrading this, changing out that, and before I knew it; the only parts remaining from the factory are the frame, forks, front brake caliper, and chain. Starting with the pedals, I have replaced everything on the bike at least once, some twice (handlebars, cranks, & grips).

Jan. 16, 2013 - Factory Fresh

Jan. 16, 2013 – Factory Fresh

Now; after much searching for just the right part to accomplish an image that was never clear in my mind until it unfolded before me, my bike is a track monster which I have dubbed; ‘Il Toro Blu’; Italian for the Blue Bull, after the 2nd set of new handlebars (Cannondale C3 Bullhorn Aero Bars) and the bikes theme color (blue).

Il Toro Blue (the Blue Bull) - March 24, 2012

Il Toro Blue (the Blue Bull) – March 24, 2013

Note to self: find another frameset to put all of the parts that I replaced onto

While writing this post earlier today I realized something about myself; I am not sure if it is a good thing, a bad thing, or just an ‘it is what it is‘ thing. Either way; I think I know why I have often butted heads with those in my life that want me to conform to their ideals, I am a stubborn, bull-headed, learn-it-by-myself, or don’t learn it kind of guy.

The hydrangea readies itself for summertime blooms

The hydrangea readies itself for summertime blooms

The way I look at it, I know what I want in life (same as with gardens and bicycles), I generally know a way to get there, and once locked in, I won’t compromise that methodology in pursuit of something that doesn’t ring true with me. I am sorry if my methods don’t always make sense to those around me, my methods and directions always make perfect sense to at least one person, myself.

Ms. Jade's new planter mates are settling in nicely

Ms. Jade’s new planter mates are settling in nicely

This stubbornness has definitely caused a lot of familial stress and relationship stress.

  • Is it my fault for not bending like the young willow?
  • Is it the other party’s fault  for not realizing that I am who I am and leaving well enough alone?

I don’t know the answer to either question; however, I do know that I miss my family. I also know that I won’t be the one with the olive branch extended this time around, I didn’t do anything wrong this time. I guess I will just continue to till my own soil and beat my own path my own way. Overall; the good has outweighed the bad – What bad there has been, I have dealt with myself and have come out the other side a-okay.

I will leave the answers to such questions on the table for now, that deck will have to wait for another day to be dealt out.

For today, it is late, and I shall just leave with these parting shots – enjoy…

Last year's Amaryllis bulb has awoken

Last year’s Amaryllis bulb has awoken

Looking up through the Euphorbia

Looking up through the Euphorbia

Pastel Blue Cineraria

Pastel Blue Cineraria

Until next time….

HAPPY GARDENING FRIENDS!

~ Noah

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…Oh my!!

Scarlet Pansy greets the morning

Scarlet Pansy greets the morning

Sunday for me is generally my day to get the household chores done, work on the garden, go grocery shopping, and then plan out the work week ahead over dinner. Today; however, was not one of those days at all!

Today, I woke up early, made a fresh pot of my favorite Fair Trade Dark Roast coffee, and began getting ready for my day. My first stop this morning was the garden. The garden in the morning; with a piping hot cup of coffee in hand, a cool seat beneath me, and an explosion of colorful flowers all around me, is easily one of my all-time favorite spots to be in the world. It is eerily quiet here in Oakland at 5:45 a.m., the only sounds are the distant whir of traffic on the freeway a quarter-mile away, the breeze rattling the leaves of the bamboo forest which stands as the privacy barrier the chain link wouldn’t, and a couple of critters scurrying around on the hunt for their morning’s repast.

A field of Scarlet greets my patio entrance

A field of Scarlet greets my patio entrance

As much as I am enjoying my coffee, I know that if I want to get done today all that I have planned, that I must venture back indoors to get ready for a bike ride. I push for Lake Merritt early, I shoot for 2-laps before the inevitable hoards of local residents descend upon this beautiful lake to enjoy a day of walking, jogging, biking, boating, or just people watching and a nosh!

It wasn't cold; however, a snowflake or two was present

It wasn’t cold; however, a snowflake or two was present

I have recently gotten back into cycling after a 20+ year hiatus from any type of riding. At a coworkers suggestion, I bought a 2012 SE Draft single-speed road bike (56cm) and have been riding to work nearly everyday instead of driving the short trip that separates my apartment from my office. It was not long after purchasing the new Pirate Ship (my old ’97 Ford Probe being the original) from my ex-wife that I realized I had fallen into a “drive everywhere” frame of mind. The store is 3-blocks away, down a beautiful residential street lined with lovely gardens in full bloom, yet I still drove! That had to stop, much of the inspiration and motivation for my patio garden came from walking to work and seeing something in someones garden that I just had to find at the nursery. In came the bicycle, realizing that I didn’t want to drive everywhere (plus, with gas prices these days!) and that I could definitely benefit from putting exercise back into my regular routine.

Big, bright, beautiful Crimson Primrose brighten my day

Big, bright, beautiful Crimson Primrose brighten my day

2-laps around the lake (6.2 miles and change) later and it is time to get the golf clubs ready and get changed for a lazy round of 9-holes at one of our local municipal courses. Golf is another sport/game (?) that I played often but had fallen out of playing regularly after leaving my job in the City and moving to the East Bay. I decided that I would pick up another set of clubs (Craigslist to the rescue) and get back out on the fairways every now and again. Today reminded me that I need A LOT of practice! Oh well; like they say, your worst day on a golf course is almost always better than your best day at the office!

Profusion of Pacific Giant Blue Primrose

Profusion of Pacific Giant Blue Primrose

I am now home and I am exhausted! I’m thinking that dinner will involve a call to Lanesplitter’s Pizza and an order a two of their HUMONGOUS vegan calzones, delivery please. One of their calzone should do it for dinner and I will enjoy any remains from #2 for breakfast or lunch tomorrow.

I end the day as it started, looking out on the patio. Now the afternoon sunshine is giving way to the shadowy light of the early dawn. I am too tired to even open the sliding glass door and venture outside to enjoy the last of today’s daylight. No, now I am seeking only the comfort of the couch and continue to fight off my body’s suggestion to ‘lay down and take a nap, old man!.’

Before I close the lid on my laptop for the evening, I share with you some new friends who have joined my family of  plants. A recent trip to the nursery ended when I found the following two members of the Primula family. The newbies quickly bloomed and are now providing a happy, yet muted, splash of pastel color to my indoor space.

These dainty little beauties now enjoy the view from the window box in my living room (they replaced the much adored; however completely spent indoor primrose). The Primula are joined in the window box by a little known member of the Aster (Asteraceae) family; Cineraria ‘multifloral mix’. The Cineraria have yet to set flowers; so for now, enjoy the Primula (apparently she is a dainty cousin of the Primrose).

Primula

Primula ‘Embrace Mix’

Primula 'White'

Primula v. acaulis ‘White’

Say Goodnight Gracie, good night!

Say Goodnight Gracie; ‘good night!’

HAPPY GARDENING FRIENDS!!

~N0ah

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Historically, Thanksgiving for the Froio Clan was just an excuse to get together, grub on some reasonably overcooked factory farmed poultry, and sit around and bitch about whatever there was to bitch about. All in good family fun that I am sure most of my readers find hauntingly familiar!

However; today, Thanksgiving Day is more, to me, about how I am slowly becoming less of a problem to the world. I now look at Thanksgiving from the point of someone who is starting to learn that equality is not a term which should be confined to human terms, and that those factory farmed birds which I used to relish in devouring every November, also had feelings and caring souls. If you don’t believe this, watch PBS’s Nature series, there is an episode titled “My Life as a Turkey” and then you might realize that the impression you held of the traditional bird, is not likely to meet the expectations that your upbringing placed inside you.

Is this a post about turkeys?

No, it’s about what (or maybe more specifically, who) I am thankful for:

Those who continue to touch my soul – the non-humans:

  • My darling cat: Ms. Gretchen
  • My babies who still bless this Big Blue Marble with their presence: Scully, Neo, and Bob

Then there are the two humans who have stuck by my side regardless of the madness, savagery, and discord my existence has wrought upon their otherwise normal world:

  • Susan – my ex-wife of 16-years, my first deep, ridiculous, overwhelming love
  • Laurie – my ex-girlfriend, who over the course of 4-years (2 as my girl/2 as my estranged ex) has stayed a constant in my bewildering tale of life

So, on this Thanksgiving Day, I want to be thankful of those who have continued with me, as they know that I am more than the sum of my previous actions, and that I have a potential, which I often hide, but which they have seen and are there to pull out of me – at any and all costs.
I love you all.

Happy Thanksgiving Family!!

~Noah

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