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Another auld lang syne (2014 into 2015) – My goals for the new year

| January 1, 2015

Happy new year, everybody. Here I am on January 1, 2015, and I’m finally checking in on the goals I declared for myself last year. In short, those goals were: Write 500 words per day 4-5 times per week. Read 50 books. Keep up with my health pursuits. The bad news is, I didn’t meet […]

Checking in on my goals

| June 12, 2014

The year is almost half over. I can hardly believe it! And a busy year it has been, too. But has it been productive? Well, let’s check in on that and see how I’m doing. I’d set myself some goals at the beginning of January. Basically, I wanted to: Write more consistently Read more often […]

What’s wrong with free?

| April 25, 2014

Have you ever joined one of those lists? You know the ones… they send you a regularly scheduled email (usually weekly or daily) telling you where you can get all the free ebooks. #136400195 / I did. Actually, I think I joined four of them. When I got my first Kindle I was all […]

What is your story?

| September 9, 2012

We are, at our best, the protagonists in our own stories. We are, or should be, the central character in our daily lives. What those lives look like, what their purpose is, and how they unfold toward (or away from) our destinies and callings, are the plots to our stories. The things that keep us […]

The deed is done

| August 14, 2012

On Sunday, I posted this on Facebook: It started about 3-4 weeks ago. I couldn’t sleep. I’m lying there. And the thought crosses my mind… I need to take the TV out of my office. For those who know me and my long relationship with the boob tube you will realize that this was most […]

Shipwrecked! (sort of)

| July 10, 2012

It was a perfect day on the lake in North Texas. A few high clouds kept the temperatures in check. The water was smooth as glass. And 75 intrepid souls boarded a party barge, 2 pontoon boats, and a speed boat, and headed out for a day of fun in the sun. Nearly 4 hours […]

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