“It’s so goddam hot, Christ, we need an air con.” Riley reached down onto the floor by the accelerator where she’d dropped her shirt. She had taken it off back in Westonia and needed to use it as a makeshift sweat towel on her clammy chest. It was a summer’s evening in late February, and the scorching sun on the Nullarbor hadn’t shown any signs of retreating. They had been driving for almost eight hours straight. Driving no faster than a hundred kilometers an hour, slow enough to be sure the car didn’t over heat, but fast enough to reach the roadhouse before sundown.
Arrive here, in this moment. You have chosen to make time for yourself, and to spend this time in nature. To be at one, with nature. Notice the path you’ve chosen, the destination, the park. This park, this path, you have chosen, because you want to be here. In nature.
Sweet & sour, bitter & sweet. Let us consider this dynamic flavorsome duo. Two delectable tastes worthy in their own rights, but when combined, the eruption of the two apposing forces interchanging is a unique experience in and of its own. Like most dynamic duos - sugar & spice, wine & cheese, nuts & beer, Bert and Ernie, Thelma and Louise, the sun and moon, they compliment each others assets like two best friends should. Sweet and bitter enhancing one another and their qualities, whilst balancing the palate and making the eating experience delectable.
O’Sister, how far you’ve fallen from grace
I know you’re hurting in this god forsaken place
Darkness is what you know
Full of anger, unwilling to forgive or let go
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Living in a time that seems dire and down right lonely some days, I’m reflecting on past times where feminine liberation was shared among sisters. Whilst I may be blessed to have been “forced” to move back home and back with my partner, I can’t help but yearn for the care free liberators of nude empowerment movements.