There's a line from Firefly that's a bit relevant lately. "When you can't run anymore, you walk. When you can't walk, you crawl, and when you can't crawl, you find someone to carry you." I've been busy lately, and this page is suffering for it. I apologize if you've been looking here for inspiration and … Continue reading Mantra Monday: Barely…
In which I make a big announcement regarding Buffalo Jones and shamelessly ask for support...
It's a Brand New Week First - no; I haven't abandoned the saga from last week. But neither will I hijack this week's posts because of last week's failures. Instead, we will carry on with our regularly scheduled collection of posts for this week as planned, and get back to the last to parts of … Continue reading Mantra Monday: A Fresh Start – Discipline and Personal Power
In which I further explain the train-wreck of a week I had, and discuss the merits of working as a writer over any other job (except maybe teaching).
Musical Interludes Yesterday, which was Wednesday, I posted this week's Mantra Monday post. Today is Thursday, normally reserved for philosophical musings I call Thoughts for Thursday. However, as you've not doubt figured out, I'm a bit behind this week. See yesterday's post, "Part the First," of this Saga, to get caught up if you haven't … Continue reading Tuesday Tune-Up: A Saga – Part the Second.
In which I talk a little while about the year, and offer part of an explanation for this week's weird posting schedule.
I'm Not Calling This Slacker Saturday, and Here's Why: I worked my ass off yesterday. Literally. For real. I woke at 5:30 am, donned a janitorial uniform, went and walked over five miles in the course of cleaning buildings for an industrial plant until around 2:00 pm. Then, I came home and did some work … Continue reading Fearless Friday: Nope. Horoscope Saturday.
In which I break down a quote from a Zen master, discuss some more about "Faking it until you become it," and brag a bunch about fitness again.
In which I discuss good characters and how to make them. And apologize for being a day late.
In which I again shamelessly promote my own music and hope that you listen to it and like it. This one's a country love song called "The Superman Song."