There’s nothing wrong with telling close friends what you hope to do, as they would more than likely offer support and encouragement, but telling everyone, in my opinion, is a bad idea.
Archives for July 2012
You release the breath you didn’t know you were holding. You pick up the jaw you didn’t know you’d dropped. The camera rests in your hand, forgotten.
BOOM! … Mount St. Helens Erupts – They say it was the atmospheric conditions that allowed us to hear it … to feel it. I will never forget that day!
Las Vegas conjures up images of gambling, mobsters and scantily clad women, but it’s so much more.
Life is like a movie and we all have our roles. We all engage in this this every day, whether or not we are consciously aware of it. There are negative and positive effects of all this acting on both an individual and collective level.
As classical pianist Josef Hofmann performs a concert on November 28, 1937, the audience is seen from the rear of the stage at the former Metropolitan Opera House in New York City .
Anastasia didn’t wrap the fruit trees, windows low to the ground … abandoned izba, peasant house, in Zalesye village, near Chernobyl …
I was sitting on the edge of the trail- about 8 miles from the finish, a half mile up from Siskiyou Gap- waitin’, restin’, feelin’ the sun on my back, letting the “big” take care of itself.
Author Nick Bantock takes a side long look at our innate humanity in these times of epidemic mediocrity, banal reality TV and slip sliding politicians.
Today let’s talk about calling someone. Have you ever felt like you had things on your mind, and didn’t know what to do about it?