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Monday, March 06, 2006

Touch Back

So I've spent the better part of my internal life this weekend thinking about my life 8 and 10 and 12 and 14 years ago.

One thing is certain, my Sacramento group is family. There's no other way to describe a set of people who treat each other alternately so well and so poorly yet always come back together and forgive and love one another.

On Friday, I felt compelled to call Suzi and check in with her. Her reltionship with Jen was probably one of the most stormy. She's doing okay, but I know that there was unfinished business there and wishes for a better reconciliation that will never come. On the other hand, she and Rachel did have something of a reconcilliation as a direct result of all this, so that's pretty cool. My god, we were all so young then. Stupid shit that seemed so important just wasn't.

For the first time in my life, I kind of get the movie "The Big Chill".

On March 25, we're closing the season of Dionysis, reopening the seas, celebrating the first fruits of the season, and burning the wreaths from Pyanepsia. It's been a crazy season. I'm so ready to go burn stuff on the beach.

2 Comments:

  • speaking as someone who isn't acquainted with the Greek Pagan stuff, It sounds odd that the season of Dionysis should be in the Winter as I associate him with revels in the woods while wearing not much. That doesn't sounds as interesting during the winter...
    I suppose I can understand it in the sense of the other holidays. We have lots of holidays in winter because it's darker, colder and we need holidays and solstice and days getting longer is a big thing!
    Whatever...

    By Blogger Chris S, at 4:46 PM  

  • Iakos!

    By Blogger Flonkbob, at 9:44 AM  

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