So That My Son Could Be A Poet – Fake News

More accurate quote attributed to John Quincy Adams   Seeing Is Believing? I like this quote.  It isn’t an accurate quote, at least I don’t believe it is, but I still like it.  It is easy and it fits what I believe.   “I am a warrior, so that my son may be a merchant, Read More …

Emotional Basket Case Today

I am an emotional basket case today.  My baby (ok, so he is 25, but he is still my baby) has his last day of work today.  In a good way.  He will be leaving in a few weeks to go on an extended journey out of the country. Too far for me to get Read More …

Where Does The Beginning Start?

Very off topic, but I guess that there hasn’t exactly been an organized flow of topic.  After all, I am just beginning.  Or, am I?  Many people may disagree, but I believe that part of any process is the thinking and imagining part. Over the weekend,  I got to thinking about where my project really Read More …

Reflecting on Experiences From The Time Machine

Please note that today’s post is written from the future.  I have managed to come back in time and post what I have written in the future.  It was difficult, mostly because I couldn’t remember the password from this old site. The year is 2027 and I am 60 years old.  There is no need Read More …

Why Parents Need A Break, But Struggle To Get One

It Shouldn’t Be So Hard As is the truth with any job, even one you are passionate about and enjoy, it is important to get a break.  That is why some companies require that vacation days actually be used for vacation.  We recognize that in our professional lives, we are most effective when we get Read More …