Hey there – it has been a long time, I know. Here's some stuff I found interesting. In addition to being a gifted writer David Abrams is generous. His blog site The Quivering Pen is worth investigating. Self-described as a book evangelist, he is always featuring recent books and articles on writing. He is the author of Fobbit and the upcoming book, Brave Deeds. I follow David Abrams on social media. That’s where I saw his mention of this article from Esquire, "Why … [Read more...]
My Christmas wish for you is that you find your path in life. Reprinted below is a poem by Robert Frost and it seems to go with Doug Stener's photo and my wish for you. The Road Not Taken Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps … [Read more...]
End of the world as we know it . . .
Today I am here, which is against the Mayans' predictions, and today there is no snow on the ground in Glenview, which was not what the forecasts predicted. A week has passed since the devastating event in Newton, CT, and an hour or so ago, the National Rifle Association held its first press conference since the tragedy. What predictions can be made about change in our culture? That remains to be seen. We can work toward the solutions we want, and we can speculate, which … [Read more...]