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The following piece from my new collection “CREEK SONGS (and Other Seductions), is certainly one of my personal favorites. One of the first comic books I bought as a kid was Jack Kirby’s Challengers of the Unknown. Over time, it has emerged as my all time favorite – quite a distinction when you consider that […]

From a recent article in SUCCESS From Home by John C. Maxwell entitled “The Law of Intentionality“… Five frogs are sitting on a log. Four decide to jump off. How many are left? Answer: Five. There’s a difference between deciding and doing.   I love this. Thank you, Mr. Maxwell. This year? JUST JUMP OFF!

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CHALLENGING THE UNKNOWN

The following piece from my new collection “CREEK SONGS (and Other Seductions), is certainly one of my personal favorites. One of the first comic books I bought as a kid was Jack Kirby’s Challengers of the Unknown. Over time, it has emerged as my all time favorite – quite a distinction when you consider that […]

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THE BEST THING FOR BEING SAD…

Food for thought (by way of friend and mentor, Hutt Bush) “The best thing for being sad is to learn something.  That is the only thing that never fails.  You may grow old and trembling in your anatomies, you may lie awake at night listening to the disorder of your veins, you may miss your […]

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WRITE WHAT YOU KNOW? NO.

“Write what you know.” Common-sense common wisdom for writers. Headline advice…dispensed as many times as there are words in the dictionary. What I have to say about that is certainly not news…nor is it in any way earth-shaking (or paradigm-shifting). Just an observation sparked by something I saw on PBS this week. I’ll get to […]

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AQUAMAN: THE RETURN

Last Saturday I joined an actual Master’s Swim Team. Honestly thought I would never see the day. True, I did swim Open Water Masters for many years in my forties and fifties, but I never thought I would go back to watching the long black line, and counting laps, and saying “How many seconds rest, […]