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Writing forces me to examine my views as cold words on a page.
My views are borne out of my experiences on this world.
My experiences are slowly adding to the short story that is my life.
While I still can, I choose to share some for anyone who might find them useful, or perhaps just entertaining.
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There are noises on the airwaves. Some of them relate to Freedom of Speech. But, before I get to something that means a lot to me, I want to touch on the underlying reason I’m writing this. I am referring, of … 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
It was the morning of July 30, 2010; our Suburban carried twice the normal number of passengers north on I-25 (you read correctly – we had guests. A rare thing that, as most people can’t stomach being around me for very long). … Continue reading