Cross Modal Neuroplasticity [and more]

Hmmmmm...this piece ended up being something completely different than originally intended. 😉 Last year [2019] was a year of undisputable accomplishment. Why is it undisputable? First: Over the next few weeks I'll reach several one year anniversaries, including my sobriety from drugs and alcohol, not being homeless, and becoming a writer. Second: Positive feedback and … Continue reading Cross Modal Neuroplasticity [and more]

Day 1, Thought 1

Day 1, Thought 1 Sometimes I run my left thumb along my left ring finger, just to check to see if it's still there. Of course, my wedding ring hasn't been there for several years. Nearly five years past, not long before I was forced from my home of over ten years, the ring was … Continue reading Day 1, Thought 1

Before I get sidetracked, I’d like to say HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Before I get sidetracked, I'd like to say HAPPY NEW YEAR! I hope that all of you, have a safe and fantastic New Year, and I wish all of you many Blessings! Sidetracked... Questions...that's what on my mind as we begin the New Year. Am I prepared? Are we ready? I believe 2020 promises to … Continue reading Before I get sidetracked, I’d like to say HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Merry Christmas Everyone ❤️!

Merry Christmas Everyone ❤️! The end of 2019 is fast approaching, but it's not over yet. There is still time for Connections, Signs, Fantastic Experiences, Synchronicity, and Miracles! I encourage everyone not to waste this last few days, but instead look a little farther, open your eyes a little wider, and pray a little harder … Continue reading Merry Christmas Everyone ❤️!

The Transfer Series, Introduction & Part 1

The Transfer Series, Introduction & Part 1 Introduction Upon completion of 'Another Bus Ride', I immediately had regrets and came very close to going back and changing the entire story. Not because of inaccuracies, or untruthful details, but because I'd omitted the majority of the emotional difficulties associated with empathic connections. If you've read 'Damages … Continue reading The Transfer Series, Introduction & Part 1

Owning Your Shit & Keeping Your Power

Introduction I spend every other Thursday in court. I'm an Adams County Drug Court Client and that's what we do. I don't usually spend my time in court writing but today that's just what I did. Since I was four minutes late I had to stay for the entire docket. I wrote the following (blog … Continue reading Owning Your Shit & Keeping Your Power