Right here at the beginning, let me say that I’m no expert on relationships, other than I’ve had a few, so the following is simply my observations, combined with what I’ve gleaned from others, about the transition that happens when
Six years. Yes, it’s been six years since I posted the very first blog post to this here blog, Playing a New Game. What started off as a way to vent my stream of consciousness into the ethernet has turned
Let me try to put into words the happenings of the 16 hours or so from last evening to this morning. (Note: I’m going to tell this story with the names changed because this isn’t only a story about the
Ah, Southern California: the land of clear blue skies, Disneyland, sunny days, warm weather, fresh vegetables and fruit, smiling faces, no blinkers, diverse food options, and the mountains, ocean, desert, and big city all within an hour or two from
I have friends. Lots of them. I’m blessed that way. I even have some family members that I count among my friends and I think that makes me especially blessed. I have friends that I’ve known for years, friends I’ve
If you’ve ever been to Quartzsite, Arizona, in any January, you would never recognize it today. The huge RV lots with hundreds of monster-sized high-dollar all-the-bells-and-whistles motor homes, trailers and fifth-wheels, are gone, empty asphalt slabs now in their place.
I call my blog my personal stream of consciousness. It’s just stuff that floats around in my brain and lands on the page through my fingers hitting the keyboard. That’s all. Sometimes the story is about my travels, sometimes it’s