My Thoughts This Morning [Friendship]

I spent four years of my life preparing to create my new life. Hmmmmm . . . maybe this sounds strange, but it was necessary. I found the path. I chose the path. I stepped on to the path. I realize that it sounds a little dramatic, but in reality, I'm minimizing the situation heavily. … Continue reading My Thoughts This Morning [Friendship]

Bricks [From My Column]

[Copied from my Adams County Drug Court Column] Title: Bricks Drug Addiction is my enemy, and my enemy hates me. More than hate, my enemy desires to strip everything from me, torture me to the edge of death, allow me to recover slightly, and then torture me once more. This is the cycle of addiction … Continue reading Bricks [From My Column]

Magic of Bicycling

I started bicycling five years ago. At first, it was merely a way to travel until I reinstate my driver's license. Little did I know at the time, bicycling can be a way of life. I love everything about bicycles and bicycling. Riding helps with everything that is fitness. Mainly my lower back problems. Riding … Continue reading Magic of Bicycling

My Novel Editing Continues

After purchasing some Editing Software, I've somehow found the time to edit the first nine chapters of my novel. Now, this edit is almost entirely for purposes of punctuation, spelling, and structure, along with clarity, engagement, delivery, and flow. The last seven chapters of my book are much longer than the first nine. One day … Continue reading My Novel Editing Continues

Copied From My Column In The Adams County Drug Court Newsletter [October 2019]

[WARNING] Strong Adult Language. Parental Guidance is Suggested. My fellow Adams County Drug Court Clients, I am writing this for you because we are at war. I want you to have plenty of ammunition. I want you to have as many high capacity magazines as you can carry for your upcoming battle against the enemy, … Continue reading Copied From My Column In The Adams County Drug Court Newsletter [October 2019]

I Survived 🖤!

Fueled by resilience and a near limitless sense of determination, I survived last week. My highlights: Nearly 65 hours on the job, and I purchased a one-year Editing Software Subscription. As of yesterday, I'm officially editing my novel. I'm calculating one month until it's ready for a Professional Editor/Proofreader. Over the past year, I've invested … Continue reading I Survived 🖤!