Acceptance and the People Inside

Acceptance and the People Inside

Acceptance. At present (Thursday evening) I am accepting a glass of Old Vine Zinfandel in a glass a friend gave me, thoughtfully inscribed with the legend “It’s not really drinking alone if your dog is home.” The etched dog that accompanies this sentiment looks as...
New Thoughts with the People Inside

New Thoughts with the People Inside

February 2021. Everything in the news seems to be about never-ending national politics, COVID-19, and the horrible spate of winter weather that’s affecting much of the country. In the larger world, there’s even snow at the Acropolis in Greece! I feel like I’ve been...
Learning from the People Inside

Learning from the People Inside

Always learning- -that’s the way I roll. Last week two readers of this blog pointed out that I have something to learn about the offense/defense adage used as last week’s jumping off point. Major reversal on my part! It should have been “The best defense is a good...
Defense and the People Inside

Defense and the People Inside

This week, when people think of defense they might think of Super Bowl Sunday. At my house, we’re skipping ahead a week and planning some Big D for a truly difficult day.   Someone, somewhere, once said that the best offense is a good defense. George Washington...
Challenge and the People Inside

Challenge and the People Inside

In Washington State, the beautiful place where I live, the COVID-19 lock down began on March 23, 2020. That’s the date of the original “stay at home” order. Some progress has been made since then, in the pattern of a couple of steps forward when infections and...
Distraction and the People Inside

Distraction and the People Inside

After two months of preliminary research reading I am now writing the first draft of book four in my contemporary fantasy/mythology series, working title “Beneath Big-G City” (or possibly “Son of Big-G City”). On day one, my self-set 1,500 word daily minimum rapidly...

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