Writing is a Necessary Evil That Sometimes Pays Off: Published Again
Creativity / Doing what you love / Playing in the Mud / Writing

Writing is a Necessary Evil That Sometimes Pays Off: Published Again

I don’t necessarily love to write, so much as I ACHE to express myself. Expressing myself is my true motivation for writing, and might even be my only motivation for writing. I haven’t been writing since birth like most writers my age seem to have been doing. I didn’t write in my teens or my … Continue reading

“X” Marks the Spot, But Can You See It?
Adaptability / Change / Emotional Evolution & Spiritual Growth / Freedom / Imagination / Playing in the Mud

“X” Marks the Spot, But Can You See It?

What if the treasure isn’t BELOW you? What if it’s ABOVE you? What if it’s simply IN you? Is your perspective so ingrained that you would miss the sign, even an obvious one? What if DOWN is really UP? And UP is really DOWN? What if there is no UP or DOWN, only HERE and … Continue reading

You’re Invited to a Party! My Short Story Published in Chicken Soup
Creativity / Doing what you love / Playing in the Mud / Writing

You’re Invited to a Party! My Short Story Published in Chicken Soup

Hello, My Faithful Followers! My short story called “The Desk” is being debuted in the new Chicken Soup for the Soul: Angels and Miracles book, AVAILABLE TOMORROW, November 1, 2016, at a book store near you! (Or online, of course! Here–> at AMAZON) I’m beyond excited about being part of the Chicken Soup for the … Continue reading

Going With What You Personally Know: My Experience With Hillary Clinton
Adaptability / Adversity / Challenge / Change / Emotional Evolution & Spiritual Growth / Empathy / Opinion / Relationships / Staying Positive

Going With What You Personally Know: My Experience With Hillary Clinton

In a Presidential campaign wrought with controversy, relatively speaking, few of us have any personal experience with the candidates to speak with any certainty about their character, their moral fiber. Unless we have direct experience with either one, we’ve nothing terribly conclusive to say one way or the other. For me, there is only one … Continue reading