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Have fun in Austin. Head for Threadgill's. It's not the same without Molly holding court, but it is still good.


ohmigod, so not fair! Robert, you are in my home turf - the hill country. Hope you got a bit of South by Southwest, and that you can enjoy the scene there.

I can almost taste the green enchiladas i will not be eating, here in NYC! : ) xxo, k


Hola Roberto. Today, August 15, is the 10th anniversary of my transplant from Austin to Rapid City, South Dakota. I left Austin with my very scared little kitty on August 13,1997. I arrived in Rapid City on August 15th, 1997. Although I do love the very sacred Black Hills of South Dakota, I sure do miss that incredible Tex-Mex food. My little kitty Cleopatra who was born in south Austin is now a little old lady of 14. She still does not like the snow in winter here. But she always reminds me of Austin. I'm so glad that I got to hang out at the Armadillo World Headquarters and listen to Mike Murphy, Asleep at the Wheel, and Commander Cody. What a time it was. I can still taste those cheap nachos right now. I'm glad that you are getting to enjoy the Texas Hill Country. What a time we had at Willie's picnics and the Kerrville Folk Festival. Do you remember KRMH playing the Byrds and the New Riders of the Purple Sage late at night? I know that you do. See you down that dirt road a long way from that
"L. A. Freeway" that Jerry Jeff sang about.


Howdy from Austin. Don't forget to have some gingerbread pancakes while you're here =)


Hey if ya wanna get out of the heavy rain the next few days then head east to Chuston, formerly known as Houston. We have both the Tex-Mex and a scattering of good Cajun Restaurants - almost Louisiana but not quite.


Hello all,
I just wanted to respond to the positive attributes of this commmunity here. There a lot of people out there that are going through or have been through similar experiences and can use that empathy to help each other. I also have been on my own for 10 years, was also born in 1960 (March 23) and female. I think that most of us are on a journey of self-reliance this time around and finding that self-worth.
Always remember that fatigue will play a huge roll in how we are able to feel. Your body may be telling you that you have to take some time for yourself. If you don't take care of yourself, you won't be there to take care of someone else (children).
Obviously I was reading yesterdays comments and the replies that Robert gave. Robert, I hope your journeys are safe, informative and pleasurable. (This is a Aries sun,Virgo rising, Aquarius moon speaking here, so information is always a pleasure to me;)
I finished reading a book about pre-birth planning that was awesome and plan to write a note to the author: Robert Schwartz. I also purchased a book about solar returns that is telling me and confirming what is going on in my life this year. Big career move (unemployed for a bit), budgeting expenses, preparing for better things next year.
My toughest consistent issue for the past ten years has been relationships. Can't seem to find someone that is a 'partner' in life. In the past 10 years I lost a grandmother, father and daughter (thru deaths) after going through a divorce. So ladies...and gentlemen we are all in this together. Hang in there!
Love & light,


Thanks Joanne. I am soooo tired, have had 3 days off since July 7th. Told my boss there is nothing left to give. working email and phone from home today for past 5 hours. but am going now to take a nap. Not sure I am appreciated or not but getting to the point I do not care and have no fear of being fired. Praying for my boss - just need to stop calling him an a-hole. This whole irrationality thing is getting old.



Ahhhh...Robert, I understand. :)

Get that much needed sleep. And if it's time for that change, there will be no other choice (in your mind). But if you get the sleep that you need, you may have a different outlook on the situation.



Hi all - Too short a visit to do clubbing (as a former concert promoter, did it a lot in the 70s and 80s!) but had great Tex-Mex, and was surprised to find how many great eateries have a second and third location. Too bad they don't open outposts in places like NYC, but with rent so high, I understand. I mean, who wants to pay $25 for a couple of enchiladas?

dcu, glad Cleo is doing well in her "grand dame" stage of sentient being-ness. Aum and blessings. Don't know of any local manifestation of "the Great Cat" who likes snow! I really loved Austin in its earlier incarnations, with the Vulcan Gas Company, the Armadillo World Headquarters, Raul's, Checkered Flag, Antone's, Duke's Royal Coach, Club Foot, and all the other venues too numerous to remember or mention. And yes, as one who used to haul some pretty eclectic music down to KRMH in the middle of the night and hang out while Kerry Dawson played stuff no one else would was a great thang. Yes, I did "just get off of this LA freeway without getting killed or caught..."

It was great to see that the Omlettery on Burnet is still going strong (and still doesn't take credit cards!). Chuston was good Tex-Mex, but the traffic reminded me of LA without the mountains, ocean, or great weather. Sorry the irrationality is constant, since it does get disorienting from time to time. Hang in there, Richard, and don't grind the wheels too finely.

Joanne, first let me express my profound condolences on your losses. You've been through the worst that can happen to a person, and from what you write it seems like you've transmuted the sorrow into strength, purpose, and wisdom. Thanks for your statements about this cantina's community. We can and do help each other "get through the night," and in the Sangha we remember we are not alone and our experience isn't as uncommon as we often feel. You're so right about fatigue, and taking time to take care of ourselves. My Sun in Aries and Moon in Aquarius understands perfectly! I'm just now catching up on needed rest after 1900 miles in 4 days, so thanks for the reminder.

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