Finding New Love

Finding New Love (A Country Song)          Okay, call me dumb. ‘loony tunes’. or something more demeaning, but I have this impulse to share with you a country song I wrote some years back.          A dinner party was just winding down at our Arizona weekend mountain retreat, and we were feeling our oats. A […]

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Naive and/or Wise Observations

Naive and/or Wise Observations A – People who must have their lives constantly validated, politicians, for example, will ultimately become in absentia! B – Politics was created to satisfy Beatific games! C – Many believe that life is really simple, not meant to be so costly and Complicated by politicians. D – Clashing IQs definitely […]

Winter Musings

  Winter Musing The trees are bare and ungiving Like the souls of sick minds, Their dead leaves floating in the Wind to a winter of indifference.   Among the chaos of winter urges Comes the hope of a white dove, Spreading its inviting wings of Devotion to an ancient Deity.   Soon the loveliness […]

Stepping Into The Future

Stepping Into the Future It is theory at the moment, but I’m thinking this nanotechnology and nanorobotics thing I’ve read about is exciting. Some are saying it is likely and could possibly be viable in the 2020s for medical procedures, and, wait for it, the extension of life. Number one, what is it, exactly? Well, […]

Joe Public’s Political Perspective

BIG ANNOUNCEMENT! In a matter of weeks my eleventh book, Joe Public’s Political Perspective, will be for sale on amazon.com and amazon.co.uk. Joe Public’s Political Perspective is non-fiction and provides me the space to lament over our current government’s ineptitude – as I see it! The book, of course, will have a conservative flavor to it, […]

“It’s Always Up There”

How often do you look up there?  That big old sky that presents all its patterns? The clear lucent blue with old Sol hanging around? A few wisps of clouds that enhance the palette of your mind? A thick set of dark impending cumuli that carries lots of moisture, with perhaps a patch of blue […]