Many waters call to me Amid the dry hot desert Hot sun beats down Longing for waves To wash away weariness . The dusty road ahead I trek over hardened rock Burdens weigh me down Pressing against gravel Grit against my soul . Tired body presses forth Distant shore in view Cool breeze welcomes me… Continue reading Refreshing Waters
I spent more than half my life as a writer creating advertising, news releases, brochures, articles and even speeches. I know first-hand that the creative process is fickle and unforgiving. Sometimes ideas flow non-stop and other times there are dry spells where the ideas never come. I am always amazed by what can trigger an… Continue reading Owning a Piece of Creative History
Going through an old box of handwritten letters from decades ago has a certain feel about it that isn't the same as reading old emails and posts on a screen...
Sometimes I wonder what I would do if I was given an extra day. Would I just pack it full of everything that did not fit in the other days or would I treat it as a special gift? The thought hit me this month as I started to fill my February calendar with appointments.… Continue reading The Gift of an Extra Da
How long before blog posts will write and edit themselves? This post explores this brave new world.
When I was growing up in the 1960s, I recall talking with my sisters about how old we would be in the year 2020. "Oh man, we'll be in our fifties!" We concluded as we added up the years. "We'll be really old." So here it is, the year 2020, and I am well into… Continue reading Launching The Next Half Century