Conquering the Colonoscopy

I’m pulling this one directly out of the T.M.I. (Too Much Information) file and I’m writing it for those who, like me, may have some anxiety and apprehension about having a Colonoscopy. I had my first Colonoscopy last week, and as much as I was dreading it, I survived. I …

Once we accept our limits

Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them – Albert Einstein In the book ‘Manage your day-to-day‘, Scott McDowell writes (in reference to creative limitations and constraints) “Whether or not they’re created by an outside client, or you yourself; a set of limitations is often the catalyst that sets …

Falling with style into 2017

There’s something I haven’t written about in a while: my life. Not that my life is all that interesting, but I’ve been ‘quiet’ through most of 2016 and haven’t talked or written much about what’s been happening. That’s because there have been major changes that have both kept me busy …

Slaying the dragon drawing

I started the above dragon-guitar (for lack of a better description) drawing several months ago, made some progress and then stopped working on it for some very legitimate reasons; laziness, procrastination, fear, and just not wanting to deal with it. In short, I was avoiding it because I was afraid …

The Wizdom of Oz

“This is the way to get ideas: never to let adverse circumstances discourage you, but to believe there is a way out of every difficulty, which may be found by earnest thought.” L. Frank Baum Rinkitink in Oz (Book 10 of the 14 book Oz series) I’m guessing most people …