Degreed Clinical Psychologist;however,I ran a small business for decades. Now I rent rooms, do pottery, staind glass, work on the grounds and gardens etc. I love creating things;but, I'm educated as a scientistI(expermental psych. drove that home). My passion is triassic palentology. The surrounding desert is a world of triassic revealations so incredible fascinating; I've been writing adventure stories about discovering these remarkable fossil animals and animal parts.
I love having company and sharing the sheer magnificence of the vast geological painted history, that is the area tapistry. The ancient indian camps, tools, etc are of interest too. . I especially love the desert hues,vivid blue sky, pastel buffs and greens etc.
The last book I re-read was Aldous Huxley's "the doors of perception" I'm in the middle of reading Buckminster Fuller's master work called the Geometry of Thinking.
My parents taught me to be hospitable, while growing up on a small farm.