I want to take a few minutes to say "Good Morning" to those individuals who've struggled with loved ones addicted to drugs or alcohol. The people who have the love and patience to stand by the addicts' side throughout their battle with addiction. So often, we (bloggers) write about the pain and suffering of the … Continue reading Good Morning To Anyone Damaged By Those Who Are Damaged!
Tag: Life’s Lessons
Pictured: Fishing with my Son. Following twelve months of planning and preparation, I moved to Texas three weeks ago. Following more than 30 years of Denver residency, I didn't hesitate to surrender my Colorado Driver's License for a Texas Driver's License. That's right, I have become a Texan. I already have my Texas Fishing License … Continue reading It’s Official . . . I’m A Texan! Re-Posted From January, Last Year.
"I don't know what this place (world) will look like in 100 years." "Grass will cover the streets, and weeds will cover the rooftops. Then God starts over. I don't think we have 100 years." Joseph Shanklin April 16, 2022
This was one of my first pieces of writing. At the time, I was still in my first year of sobriety. I've had a couple of people ask me about the meaning of 'Damages.' They feel I'm placing addicts on a pedestal. I surely don't set the average drug addict or anyone else on a … Continue reading Damages [Spring 2019]
I've already posted something about anthony fauci's cruelty towards dogs. Whether you learned about his atrocities from my blog or another source, it's vital for the world to know the truth about this evil piece of shit. In fact, fauci's evil goes way beyond torturing and killing puppies. He's always been a monster. Eventually, He's … Continue reading Magical Headlines: The Puppy’s Revenge, Anthony Fauci Must Pay For Torturing Puppies
Inspired by a blog I follow, I've decided to launch a boat into the Bermuda Triangle. For those who remember Gilligan's Island and the SS Minnow, the boat's name will be the SS Swamp Minnow. And, for those familiar with the reigning members of our nation's swamp, I'll be forcing several swamp clowns into crew … Continue reading The SS Swamp Minnow Sails Into The Bermuda Triangle Never To Be Seen Again
Quite a few years ago, I arrived at a theory. I realized that no matter how much I learned over the course of one year, I felt as though I hadn't made any progress. Still, I would always look back and think, "wow, I didn't know much last year!" I believe the more we know, … Continue reading The More You Know, The Less You Know: Explained
For Generations, the Dam has been deteriorating. Beneath the surface, dark forces have worked incessantly. Every conceivable weakness has been manipulated and exploited. Nobody has been spared. Fueled by an agenda of madness, time and pressure have been weaponized into something that is never silent, never sleeping, always speaking, and forever casting its craft upon … Continue reading The Dam Is Breaking, An Analogy, Edited & Remastered
Summer evening in Denver, Colorado, about 20 years ago. I was undergoing treatment for drug dependency. My counselor had a way of getting his point across. We piled into a large white van and drove from the treatment center to stop number one. We would visit three locations that night, each time taking enough time … Continue reading The Tour
Just because the car has been washed and waxed doesn't mean the inside is clean. The inside may resemble an ashtray. Just because the lawn is manicured and the curtains are costly doesn't mean they don't have cockroaches. And, even when they come with a smile, he or she may still be concealing an evil, … Continue reading False Advertising & Off-Roading