I need to write more here and maybe soon I will. Currently in my spare time, I edit and manage a blog for a dear friend of mine Jeff Roebuck. http://jeffspeakstolife.org/ He writes a lot about his own journey and mental health. He has a lovely approach to dealing with life's issues. I am quite … Continue reading Behind the Scenes Somewhere Else
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay Today is March the 1st, 2021. I have been in front of a computer for the better part of a day trying to solve a problem. I did, you know! I solved it. I persevered until I got a satisfactory solution. I realized this about myself sometime ago. I … Continue reading The Sweet Satisfaction of Solving the Problem
The Noble Post I would that I couldChange just one mind;But ah, social mediais not so designed.I can post all dayFilling you of my opinions;In hopes of one dayturning you into minions.I can share into the voidAn echo for which I am waiting;Ignoring all the warningsMy actions are simply baiting.A belief my motives are noble,The … Continue reading The Noble Post – A Poem
If one learns a skill using tutorials via YouTube, Pinterest, etc., then is one truly self taught? #LearningToCrochet #LearningToKnit People are putting their hard earned time into writing and/or filming tutorials. It seems awfully haughty to act like if one doesn't use an in person, face to face teacher, then whatever is learned is ultimately … Continue reading Random Thought About Learning
Believe it or not your experience does not necessarily prove what is or is not true of the entirety of society or the world. You are not the center of the universe. You cannot possible know everything or everyone. Stop making sweeping judgements based solely on your individual experience. #talktomorepeople #readsomethingoutsideyourcomfortzone #theworldisnotdefinedbyyourbelief #perceptionisnotreality
You know who thinks twins are great? People who don't have to carry them, raise them, or pay for them.