Every Life is a Story-Every Story has a Life. I love to write stories to inspire. Biographies, film reviews, and a touch of humor. Life is for learning, always.
Working Through Writer's Burnout
LIMERICK FROM A FOOGY MIND There once was a fellow quite witty Who wrote poetry so pretty. But then life made him terse, he lost control of his verse, Now isn’t that more the pity?
Truth At The Pen's Edge
Simple truths from complex minds Rudyard said, “keep your he ad” Van Winkle preferred to stay in bed Branson swims
A verdict returned may not be the one you seek Do we hide from truth? The question is asked easily trips from the lips
On Second Thought
Roger was rarely given a second thought. For the most part, Roger liked it that way. In his mid-fifties, medium height, medium build, Roger was very much an average man. Clean-shaven, brown-eyed, and hair trimmed close, nothing about Roger really stood out. Sure, he’d developed a little paunch over the years, but all in all, Roger was quite unremarkable.
Reason and Inclusion
CIVILITY Contradictory beliefs are part of our daily lives If we all believed and thought the same, there would be no spice
The Films That Award Ceremonies Forget
It was a foregone conclusion that in 1993, Schindler’s List would take away most of the significant film awards, followed closely behind by Tom Hanks’ groundbreaking performance in Philadelphia. The year-end roster included other fine cinematic works like In The Name Of The Father and The Piano.
Finding Common Ground
Contradictory beliefs are part of our daily lives, but If we all believed and thought the same, there would be no spice Venture to seek out those whose views may differ
Dawn Turns To Daylight
Reflect on the past year’s accomplishments and missed opportunities Energize mind and body from the slumber of what has, and what could have been.