Blog

My Thoughts This Morning [Whispers of UFOs]

There's been an above-average amount of chatter lately concerning UFOs, Aliens, and the Disclosure of Evidence. Surprisingly, much has reached the mainstream media. Once again, there are murmurs, "something's coming." It seems like something is always coming. Every ten years, the world is ending. For a long time, the History Channel became the Doomsday Channel. … Continue reading My Thoughts This Morning [Whispers of UFOs]

Creating Another Void

I cannot help but ask the question. How will the military withdrawal from Afghanistan [by September 11th] affect the current state of world affairs? I realize this is a general, even ambiguos question. Without being explicit, I feel the question can be assigned to a number of high-priority circumstances worldwide and here in The United … Continue reading Creating Another Void

Symptoms of a Disease

Over the past eight months, I've had the opportunity to participate in thousands of miles of traffic. My current job as a Courtesy Patrol Driver isn't my first driving position, but it's the most demanding, both physically and mentally.  My workdays are unpredictable and require me to adapt to fluid situations such as Multiple Vehicle … Continue reading Symptoms of a Disease

Do Not Suffer In Silence

I will not live in the past, but sometimes the darkness pushes its way towards the front of my mind. It feels like a dream in many ways; foggy memories of another life and world—a hazy drug-filled landscape spilling over with bandits and mayhem. Much like World History, we cannot afford to forget the past … Continue reading Do Not Suffer In Silence

Joe Biden, Abused Senior Citizen

Politics aside, I need to say this. We should all be concerned with our current Presidential Administration. Never before have I seen a greater example of senior citizen abuse than with Joe Biden. The man is obviously losing his mind. Alzheimer's or Dementia; he is slipping away piece by piece before the eyes of the … Continue reading Joe Biden, Abused Senior Citizen

Okay Fine, I Did See It Coming

A few years ago, during my running and gunning days, I often questioned my destiny. More specifically, would a life of loneliness and solitude not only be necessary but desired. Following years of pain and tragedy, I was prepared to spend the remainder of my life alone. My mindset was clear. I must live out … Continue reading Okay Fine, I Did See It Coming

The Tomato Plant [Re-post]

Not an excerpt. Simply a conversation between two characters from my Novel. After a quiet dinner, Soloman and Shelby walked the path to the treeline and back, where they dropped into the loveseat on the porch. Only one hour past sunset, the temperature had already dropped by nearly twenty degrees. Soloman leaned over and kissed … Continue reading The Tomato Plant [Re-post]

Glimpsing The Soul

Maybe you've heard this before? The eyes are the window to the soul. I believe William Shakespeare is credited with being the first to make this statement. It's true; the eyes do not and cannot lie. Most of us tend to be distracted by smiles, facial expressions, body language, speech, sensuality, and so much more, … Continue reading Glimpsing The Soul