In this monologue, I was forced outside when we lost power during a thunderstorm. So I recorded a little of the storm and read a few snippets from a play I wrote which was loosely based on my son's life.
TSM30 : Cycles, expressing the needs of the soul & vitality, the ages of the life cycle, boundaries, neatness & messiness & aspects of self
Another rambling monologue interspersed with observations of mating kangaroos. In this monologue I waffle on about natures cycles, how we need to express the needs of the soul and how this creates vitality, the different ages of the life cycle from the Cree Indian perspective, reflect on neatness and messiness and the meaning and importance of physical and emotional boundaries.
TSM29 : A warning from Dude about my son’s health, visiting my dying friend and a request for ETs to visit him
A warning from Dude about my son's health in the face of his ongoing abuse of electronics. And also some reflections on my time with my dying friend Tom and how I made a request from my ET friends to visit him before he dies.
I tried to nail my son down 3 times to get his reflections on my writing a play about his life.
TSM27 : Toas seizures, a dying friend, mating kangaroos, Developmental Assetts and relationship styles
In this meandering monologue I reflect on Toa's recent seizures, talk about my experience of being with my dying friend, stroll past lots of kangaroos and talk a little about relationship styles and the concept of developmental assets.