Transitions. Effective December 30th 2020 I am back in Florida. We left Idaho and flew across the Rocky Mountains toward our first stop, Denver. The Southwest flight was 100% packed. Not one seat empty. I sat in the middle seat at the back of the plane, giving […]
It has been a turbulent year with fires, left wing riots, right wing violence, people of no particular party riots/protests, pandemic, lock downs and the most agonizing presidential election in my memory. So many people I know from the left and the right are afraid and stressed about the conditions of the country and world. […]
…is to be a recognized writer. To have published enough fiction or humor that I can honestly say that I am a writer. An author. This has been by one and only dream since I was about 11 years old. I had been telling stories, making them up on the fly, for years. As a […]
I am a morning person. At least, after my two mugs of strong coffee. I am exhilarated, just literally filled with creative juices. Unfortunately, mornings are a difficult time to write currently. Too many things to do other than writing, and I have responsibilities. When the evening comes, my wife goes to bed early to […]
I think a great deal, and wonder about things. Today I am asking the question, “Why does depression exist and what is its purpose?” I guess that is two questions. Anyway, regardless if you believe in a Creator of the universe or just evolution, most things are here for a purpose. Eyebrows for instance, keep […]
I took a spur on the moment drive to Horseshoe Bend as I haven’t been there in a few months. Discovered Rocky Road and Horseshoe Bend Mill Pond.
Succor Creek State Natural Area is about 60 miles from Boise just across the border into Oregon. The last 15 miles is on a dirt and gravel road that at times wasn’t easy to discern from the surrounding area. When I traveled November 6th the gravel was very loose, meaning my car could slide around […]
Just a quick collection of birds in the back yard today.
Linder’s Farms in Meridian Idaho has a ten acre sunflower farm. Visited them yesterday to take photos during one of their market days. I love yelow and blue, so this was made for me.