Posts Tagged ‘john galton’

Giant Pumpkins and Happy Birthday John

A Time of Reflection It’s been awhile since I’ve shared much mostly because I’ve been busy living life but recently I’ve been reflective through this first of October. John’s birthday was the 6th and honestly this week has been a hard one for the entire time I have known him and beyond. His Dad died…

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3 Months Alone: Thoughts from a Widow

Today a young man was killed on the beach in Acapulco….This happens here and there but this one effected me a lot, for many reasons. It’s been exactly three months now since my love, known as John Galton was murdered up at our mountaintop home in Vista Hermosa. It was about 1:30 in the afternoon…

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To Cannabis and Remaining Highly Functional

In so many ways cannabis has shaped my life since the beginning. Photo Credit: John Galton, taken of me with Rebel Dog at our Dream House Before Everything Fell Apart My parents met because of cannabis, as my mom was selling and my Dad was an avid consumer. I was born at 4:35 AM, which…

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Who is John Galton?

The view photos were both taken by John, the fireworks one with the drone and the sunset with his camera. Note: This Post was Partially inspired by the badly written obituary for John I came across today, and partially inspired by a need to explain the man that I will reference probably for a long…

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Dammit, You Were Right

I knew from the second he opened his mouth that John was likely the most intelligent and most well thought out person I’d literally ever encountered. He shattered the stereotype of lazy stoner. The more he smoked, the more he accomplished and he embodied the term “highly functional” which later became the name for my…

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Update: Where I’m at and How to Help Me Move Forward

It’s been six weeks since the murder of my life partner, John Galton. Putting it simply this has been the hardest thing I’ve ever had to deal with in so many ways. I’ve had some triumphs but have made even more mistakes which has basically resulted in the loss of nearly everything I cared about.…

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