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Polish Your Thoughts

Polish Your Thoughts (Audio) The pace of life sped up when Samuel Morse invented Morse Code and established the first commercial telegraph. No longer did we wait for the speedy Pony Express, Stage Coach, Train or Ship to get a letter from zone to zone, one could now send a digitized message more quickly than…

Every Day a Memorial

Every Day a Memorial: (Audio) Every day we live means something, to someone, somewhere. It’s the arrival date of some long-planned¬†event, or it is a memory date of something from the past. The longer you are around, and the more you document those important dates, the fuller your calendar is of things worth memorializing. A…

Genre’s of Life

Genre’s of Life: (Audio) This is a relatively new word for me. Genre. A 19th-century word that simply means “A Kind” or type and we use it to lump things into categories so that we can compare apples to apples and not the proverbial orange. Primarily it is used in artistic endeavors as music, books,…

I’m Not Too Old To Start Fresh

I’m Not Too Old To Start Fresh: (Audio) Often we think we’ve reached the ending of our productiveness and there’s nothing new ahead. Rocking Chairs and Front Porch, here we come! Play with the grandbabies, take long walks around the lake, and enjoy life at a slower pace. But the reality is that most of…

The Summation of Your Life

The Summation of Your Life: (Audio) I love a good story. Much of my desire for a story comes from the search for adventure, intrigue, and wonderment, stories that give me insight into a time period or a location, stories that give answers to questions that I have. Honestly, I like the story to be…

A Blank Page

A Blank Page: (Audio) I remember a time, back in the school years, that it was difficult getting busy to write a book report or some other paper that required you to read, analyze and report. At that time I could only imagine what some people go through when they write a book! In fact,…