Life: The lawn care guy was backing his huge boxcab trailer and ripped up the back quarter panel of my Chevy Cavelier. Fortunately, he notified his insurance company and I’ve filed a claim. Howl at the Moon! Tonight is the monthly Howl at the Moon open mic night. It’s going to be held at a … More Broken Car and Howling at the Moon
Life: It’s a rather calm weekend here. Went on a short road trip to get pictures of an old train station that had been abandoned, salvaged, moved, and restored by a local Polo Club. I love it when a bit of local history is preserved. If you’re in the area, this is located on Bridge … More An Old Depot
Sassy over at Alternative Read, reminded me that some folks like to know what their favorite author is listening to when not beating on their keyboard. With that in mind, here’s what I’ve been listening to, today. All of these are available on YouTube. Low Spark of High Heeled Boys – Traffic Sweet Child O’ … More Play List
Life: It’s been a busy, busy week. I’ve been updating this website with a lot of new content. Also working on some new blog posts to use for a blog tour/swap. In the past, I’ve seldom mentioned much about my other occupations, besides writing, that is. I’m a photographer and a model railroader. I’ve let … More Currently
This has been an incredibly busy weekend. I got the bill from the hosting service I’ve been using for the past four years. Each year, they have raised their rates. Now I do understand business and the need to keep up with inflation, but to jump 20%+ in a year? No thank you. I’ve been … More New and Improved!
One of the better creative blogs that I follow is by sethsnap. Yesterday, he posted the following… Your story- Deserted – by sethsnap “I took the following photo on a country road near my house. It was late at night. I’m not sure how I feel about the photo. Tell me what I should feel.” “Your … More Deserted Challenge
It’s been almost nine months since my last update. “Time if fun when you’re having flies.” – Kermit There have been a lot of changes after I retired from gubmin service, last year. Number One: I’ve survived remodeling hell and am now comfortably ensconced in the old family homestead. Number Two: I’ve cut all ties … More Time for Change