No End to the Delusional Grandeur

Even the best-laid plans by the most anal of Virgos can fall by the wayside. In this instance, it’s The Delusional Grandeur Tour. In all likelihood you’ve forgotten, or never even knew in the first place, that this final tour was scheduled to end last month. Instead, I’ve been holding off on the last posting installments of the Tour Book, because I’ve decided to extend the delusion thanks to a comeback, nay, a return, of one of the most delusional divas of them all. That means The Delusional Grandeur Tour is going to run until May 2017!

In such perilous times, we need our delusions more than ever, and this dream is going to go on until Norma Desmond sings again. That’s right, everything’s as if we never goodbye…

While I work on the posts for the final chapter of the Tour Book, here’s a look back at all that has come before – a nifty compilation of the long, winding journey you’ve been generous enough to take with me. If you’re still on this crazy train, I invite you to re-board. Your ticket’s going to get punched like never before!


01)  Intro/Curtain – Part OnePart TwoPart Three

02)  Sunset Pool – Part OnePart TwoPart ThreePart FourPart Five

03)  On The Road Hotel – Part OnePart TwoPart Three

04)  Rock Star Addict – Part OnePart TwoPart Three

05)  Animal Demons – Part OnePart TwoPart ThreePart FourPart Five

06)  Steam Punk Birdcage – Part OnePart TwoPart ThreePart Four

07) Red Riding Wood – Part OnePart TwoPart ThreePart FourPart Five

08) Winter Top Hat – Part OnePart Two

09) Warrior Retribution – Part OnePart TwoPart ThreePart FourPart FivePart SixPart SevenPart Eight

10) Cologne Glamour Fashion – Part 1Part 2Part 3

11) Samsara Healing Water – Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5

12) Spring Thaw Salvation – Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5

13) Flower Bomb Balm – Part 1, Part 2

“For if there is a sin against life, it consists perhaps not so much in despairing of life as in hoping for another life and in eluding the implacable grandeur of this life.” ~ Albert Camus

“Those who travel to mountain-tops are half in love with themselves, and half in love with oblivion.” ― Robert Macfarlane

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