Heading Back to Elementary School

Sometime between sixth grade elementary and seventh grade junior high, my father brought home a...
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The Piano

Sometimes, the burdens of life become too heavy for men to bear. But we’re expected to bear them anyway. But there comes a point when you just can’t.

What happens then? Joe decides to find out as he ventures into the woods and experiences something he never imagined.

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2017 Theme: Accepting the Glass is Half Empty Too

2016 was rough, ya’ll. I’ve decided to dive into a new theme this year to help with a hidden problem I’ve had for a long long time.

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Palingenesis

On Leo Station, it’s time for Commander Inana to begin a system’s check to ensure everything is in order and functioning at full capacity.

But, is it?

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Revised Intro to “Black Dragon”

First stab at my first rewrite of the intro. _______________ A low rasping moan echoed through the...
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Theme for 2016: “Why Not?”

2015 was an interesting experiment in goal setting. It was more about focus and theme vs specific...
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Semi-Daily Journal: 002

Semi-Daily blog, indeed. Ten days after the first, and there has been a...
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Semi-Daily Journal: 001

Tomorrow is Columbus Day. People want to change it to Indigenous...
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Creative Connections 0002

I should really have shared more creative connections since October of 2014 when I posted my first...
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Return to Mayfield

Chapter I Visiting Mayfield in the backwoods of Kentucky always brought pleasant memories to mind...
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Above: Slider showing last 10 articles. We could, also, highlight last five and then in open white space, build a grid of remaining articles as in current static design.

Below: widescreen image listed. Would have to get development to make full screen and, perhaps, overlay title and excerpt. Not sure why images won’t extend to edge like text is doing.

Heading Back to Elementary School

Heading Back to Elementary School

Sometime between sixth grade elementary and seventh grade junior high, my father brought home a tape recorder that was designed for hearing or vision impaired students. It was bright orange and all the buttons were colored and had braille on them. But besides being...

read more
The Piano

The Piano

Sometimes, the burdens of life become too heavy for men to bear. But we’re expected to bear them anyway. But there comes a point when you just can’t.

What happens then? Joe decides to find out as he ventures into the woods and experiences something he never imagined.

read more
Palingenesis

Palingenesis

On Leo Station, it’s time for Commander Inana to begin a system’s check to ensure everything is in order and functioning at full capacity.

But, is it?

read more
Revised Intro to “Black Dragon”

Revised Intro to “Black Dragon”

First stab at my first rewrite of the intro. _______________ A low rasping moan echoed through the dank dark entombed ruins causing sleeping bat wings to flutter as well as small rodents and thousand-footed insects to scatter back into holes for safety. No light had...

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Theme for 2016: “Why Not?”

Theme for 2016: “Why Not?”

2015 was an interesting experiment in goal setting. It was more about focus and theme vs specific goals. However, I did have one specific mandate for my business and that was profit. Yes, part of my 'theme' for the year, but it was a very pointed and specific goal. I...

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Semi-Daily Journal: 002

Semi-Daily Journal: 002

Semi-Daily blog, indeed. Ten days after the first, and there has been a lot of things occur. But primarily I would say that being a parent, husband, business owner, teacher, friend, sibling and creative is a challenging juggling act. I found...

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Semi-Daily Journal: 001

Semi-Daily Journal: 001

Tomorrow is Columbus Day. People want to change it to Indigenous People's Day. I do understand. History showed a much different portrait of Columbus than people of the past portrayed him and his actions. It's kind of a big deal, in a...

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Creative Connections 0002

Creative Connections 0002

I should really have shared more creative connections since October of 2014 when I posted my first connection, but... Cie la vie! Creative Connection 0002: Why People 'snap' so much in the USA. Oh, sure, there is violence and craziness everywhere in the world. I won't...

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Return to Mayfield

Return to Mayfield

Chapter I Visiting Mayfield in the backwoods of Kentucky always brought pleasant memories to mind from my youth. My two sisters would spend hours in the library while my grandparents went about their daily activities. Ms. Cooper was always so helpful and knew just the...

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