Finding Your Balance

The path to enlightenment; Buddhism teaches the eight-step path while others have boiled it down to a more refined path. I once read that true enlightenment is equilibrium in thought,…

0 Comments

Red and Blue Make Purple

In all my years, I have never found truthful and factual information so difficult to come by than of late. I would say that I am a conservative by nature…

1 Comment

Out of Control

The pendulum of uncertainty and conjecture continues to trace an erratic and unpredictable path through our lives with this virus. Wear gloves, don’t wear gloves; don’t wear a mask, wear…

0 Comments

Gotta’ Match?

Here is my latest report on my great advice to keep scrolling, not read inflammatory posts on Facebook, and if you do by accident – don’t comment and move on.…

0 Comments

So This Was Easter…

Easter was….different. No Easter breakfast, no egg coloring, no egg hunt, no contact. I did order a bunch of things and made up something for my wife, kids, and grandkids.…

3 Comments

Happy Easter

I just wanted to wish you all a Happy Easter. I pray you are safe, you are healthy, and you are with at least some family. If not, I hope…

0 Comments

What Time Is It Anyway?

The endless days of confinement continue and are beginning to run together. I am thankful my watch has a day and date function so when I am unsure if it…

0 Comments

Turn to the Soft Side

I am torn, dear reader; I want to offer something constructive or useful, especially given how many folks are stuck at home and are bored. Yet here I sit as…

0 Comments

The Balance of Boredom

Well, not a lot to report dear reader. My state has gone into mandatory “stay in your house”, except to go to the store, to work, or for medical needs.…

0 Comments

Dig it

I made the comment earlier today that this “sheltering in place” makes me feel like retirement from retirement! We are not sheltered by mandate; it is out of an abundance…

0 Comments

End of content

No more pages to load