Category: Murphy-Cam

A Spiritual Journey
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February 8, 2019

If you could not stop by Joseph-Beth for the talk and Book Signing, here is your chance. I was asked to join a team who would present a workshop on homelessness. Since I will be traveling during the event, I produced a video called The Murphy-Cam Project - A Spiritual Journey. Recording the talk, with the assistants from my friend Debbie Williams, combined with footage from our walks tells our story in a more visual way. It is available Here to...

Early February Warmup
February 3, 2019

Riding the jet stream is a popular pastime here in the Greater Cincinnati area. No, I'm not talking about an airliner or high powered mobile home. Slight changes in this atmospheric anomaly can cause rapid fluctuations in the weather here, bringing us an Early February Warmup. One day it's a high of 3 degrees Fahrenheit, the next it is in the 60's. This meteorological whiplash is not unfamiliar to residents of the area, but can reek havoc on the...

Cold Water Morning Fog
January 31, 2019

Though no one lit the railroad tracks on fire in the Queen City, I did see Cold Water Morning Fog on the river. At -2 degrees Fahrenheit, Murphy and I had little time for frivolity. A couple quick snaps and ice nuggets are all we could muster. No Fauntleroy sightings to report I'm afraid, nor was there time to inquire. With that, we hope you are staying warm and cozy on this brilliant and blustery day. Kind regards from The Murphy-Cam...

Talk and Book Signing
January 25, 2019

You are cordially invited to a Talk and Book Signing Tuesday January 29th 7p, at Joseph-Beth Rookwood. Murphy will be there for paw-tographs and face licking. I will be sharing the spiritual journey that lead to the Murphy-Cam Project, what it is, and it's effect on the community. We hope to see you there. Happy...

Land Beneath The Bridge
January 24, 2019

Another image from our pilgrimage, this hearty sprig in winter’s blanket adds a pop of color to the bleak landscape. Dressed in a coat of green, Murphy,  prances gaily through the drifting snow, and is once again disappointed by the absence of his friend. When last they met, Fauntleroy, bedecked in crimson housecoat and slippers, surveyed his wondrous home in the Land Beneath the Bridge. No Billy Goats here. It is a pleasant place, if a bit noisy,...

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