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So, December . . . NaNoWriMo is over, but I’m still writing the novel (will update soon). Meanwhile, this is the last monthly calendar I will be doing. It takes time away from other things, and really, all anyone cares … Continue reading
My mind is filled with so many things . . . NaNoWriMo, submitting my stories, writing new stories, my dismal view of humanity in general and King Sooper shoppers in particular. Now, on top of it all, I need to … Continue reading
Time slipped away from me . . . I only had an hour or so to make this and I am sleepy. I probably messed up the calendar something fierce, but at least I put something up. I don’t have … Continue reading
September is here and it invariably brings up memories of Yellowstone National Park. Except for this past June, every other of our visits to Yellowstone have been in September. It’s only fitting, then, that I should pick a photo from … Continue reading
August is here . . . the bastard sneaked up on me, getting here so fast that I don’t even remember July all that well. Or, it could be an age thing. Still, I managed getting something together for the obligatory … Continue reading
It is late (or very early, depending on your point of view) and I am tired. I know, I know . . . people have come to expect amazing words and pictures introducing the monthly calendar. Sorry; I’m all tapped … Continue reading
I’ve been pretty good about avoiding politics . . . . . . and religion . . . . . . but I do occasionally fall into the trap of talking about guns. Note: I don’t own, nor claim ownership … Continue reading
I’ve been gone a month . . . not that the casual reader might have noticed. Sure, I had a disclaimer at the beginning of each post, but I had scheduled posts as Disperser Tracks ‘heartbeats’ of sorts, keeping the … Continue reading
A lot of people are likely gearing up to spring this or that April Fool’s joke on someone. Don’t. Your life and theirs will be the better for it. I have good news to share with everyone. First, let me refresh people’s … Continue reading
As we face a number of days with cold and snow, I figure a butterfly is a good photo for a calendar. As I looked at it, it seemed a bit bland . . . so I played around with … Continue reading
How about that! We made it through 1/12th of 2015 and we ain’t dead yet! That’s gotta count for something, ain’t it? So, February . . . perhaps what we need is a flower. A flower to remind us of … Continue reading
It’s a new year. Sure, it’s an arbitrary demarcation in the stream of successive moments of the Universe’s existence, but it’s one we’ve become comfortable with. From the beginning of 2014 to the end of 2014, the Earth completed the … Continue reading
It’s official . . . December. We have survived eleven months leading up to this . . . the twelfth month. There is a good chance you’ll see a lot less of me this month . . . hey, what’s … Continue reading
November . . . holy crap on a cracker! How did we ever get this far? Eleven months into the year, Thanksgiving around the corner, Christmas already in the air (or at least in stores windows), and we have not … Continue reading