Staying in a 17trh Century farmhouse surrounded by mountains, green hills, sheep and utter silence (no cell or internet). I sit now in a library in a town founded by the Romans then the Welsh centuries ago where everyone around me speaks Welsh and when they hear my last name think \i should as well. My computer time is running out. When I return to the colonies, I shall post my pictures and some poems I have been writing. Wales does not to you–bring out the poetry, music, and conversations.
'Keep Calm and Carry On.'
I am a writer and teacher of philosophy who lives in the Greater Philadelphia Area. I love teaching and hanging around students, wrestling with putting words together, enjoying books and animals and my family. And when I can afford it, I love to travel--hence the British advice of "keep calm and carry on." The name Morgan is Welsh and means sea dweller. And when I return to where my ancestors settled centuries ago in a small Welsh village, I feel the connections to them, the earth, to musicand poetry, and the sea. My last book, A Teacher, His Students, and the Great Questions of Life, is available on Amazon in print or Kindle format. Oh, I enjoy humor, playfulness, and just enjoying life.
At Work and Play