• Motivation Mondays: READ – Honoring Dr. Seuss

    I grew up reading Dr Seuss’ hysterically funny, brilliant, and whimsical books that were written for children; but truly for all ages. When I had children of my own, I bought his book collections for them,

  • Hairballs and Spinning Rooms

    Have you ever had Vertigo? Vertigo slams into your head like a speeding bullet, a bus out of nowhere, and full of maliciousness in its pursuit of a wobbly gait.

  • I Did It: I Quit

    Right now I do feel like FanBox is a pyramid scheme. It only took me three years to get to the point that I had experienced enough BS that I could close the door on it forever.

  • Cursing Louder Than a Northern Gale

    I was directed to write a love letter to myself by my wildly loving friend, J Clement Wall. My initial thought was “how romantic, a love letter to Leah”.

  • “Sonny, I get paid to make snap judgments and throw fits”

    It’s coming back to me. I remember my lament while walking a newspaper reporter’s daily beat: “God,” I wailed, “Why didn’t you make me a sports writer?”

  • Logos on Treadmills

    Check out Colonel Sanders, whose face has sold tons of delicious but greasy and heart stopping chicken. Madison Avenue has narrowed Sanders’ chubby face and rolled back the clock.

  • In 2015: 12 Tips For Living A Healthy Lifestyle

    For many of us, 2015 started on a high note. We wrote down goals, planned a list of activities to do, and promised to nurture ourselves. Where are you on that plan today?

  • Post-holidays Greeting

    One of my bucket list items is riding on a Ferris wheel, and the little carnival offered one. I enjoyed the ride, but it wasn’t scary in the slightest.

  • Reflections: What Makes You Feel Rich?

    The holiday season is in full swing now, and it’s an important time to remember what makes us feel rich. By rich, I mean what do you cherish most and why does this matter?

  • Complaining About the Weather

    Everyone talks about the weather but nobody does anything about it.. Most regions of our country are currently experiencing severe weather and quite a few bloggers are commenting on it.

  • By Heart: I’m Wishing On A Star…

    When you are asked to name a song or poem you’ve committed to memory, what’s the first thing that pops into your head?

  • Confession Time…Again

    With my propensity to chatter, it’s no surprise that I strike up conversations with anyone, including the cute 35ish lifeguard at the pool where I swim.

  • Reflections: Think Before You Tweet!

    The problem with hiding behind assumed names on the internet is that it can turn ordinary people into raging aggressors.

  • Gray Matter

    Instead of writing about the never ending war in the middle east I’m going to write about the never ending war on aging.

  • Yes, I Have a Drinking Problem

    I will readily admit that I have a compulsive personality, but the time has come for me to admit I’m struggling with an addiction.

  • Weekly Photo Challenge: NightTime

    In every city in the world, night time is magical. Every thing glows… At night, I’m in my element; alert and ready to explore the creative realm.

  • Terror In Middle America

    I came to my office to write about our pending leniency with Iran when I saw the headline that a woman has been beheaded in Oklahoma!

  • Weekly Photo Challenge: What Does Humanity Mean?

    We are part of a global family and when we honor the humanity in others, we do same in our selves…

  • Childhood Causes For Creative Blocks

    We had been asked to draw a portrait which I had nearly finished. In fact I was feeling quite proud of that fledgling art.

  • Devils with laser red eyes are of ascendance

    Devils with laser red eyes are of ascendance With a lack of over riding rational, humane, dare we say enlightened values, operating in the marrow and sinew of the world’s thinkers, strivers, killers, intimidaters  …. in the world’s abundant slobs, scum and weasels ……..  all and any arguments of rights and cause, heroes and gods, […]

  • Weekly Photo Challenge: In Silhouette

    A Silhouette can be described as an image of a person, animal, object or scene represented as a solid shape of black

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