Sometimes it’s just you & your path . . .

Contemplating the drive down a long and solitary country road this morning at “dark-thirty,” many things run through my mind.  Of course me being human, that old desire for companionship glints in my heart.  But with the knowledge that this … Continue reading

Mid September and Pink is in the Air

As the month of October rapidly approaches, a “pink buzz” is in the air: Awareness events are being carefully formed Speakers are being lined up Pink shirts, ties, and other clothing apparel are being ordered Banners are being prepared to … Continue reading

Nature Reclaims Progress Quickly

Have you ever noticed a building (once alive with activity) which is now clearly abandoned?  At one time the yards were mowed, the paint was fresh and the place was well maintained.  But now when you pass, the shutters are … Continue reading

Friday Night Football

In the 2003 movie Radio, head football coach Harold Jones – played by Ed Harris – loves his job coaching high school football. Based on a true story, Coach Jones eats, drinks and sleeps football, as does all those in … Continue reading

How Fast We Forget

It has been a strange summer here in what is known as the Deep South.  For the southeast, we had an extreme winter, it you know what I mean.  Atlanta, the capitol city of Georgia, was immobilized several times due … Continue reading

Cancer & Clarity About Self

Cancer is a thief and a liar.  And one lie in particular is powerful, but ineffective if you are able to accept a strange truth.  This truth can bring a lot of clarity and liberation to the perceptions we carry … Continue reading

Tweaking Your Compass

Have you ever been on a trip or a vacation and felt like you had really done your research well…carefully planned and executed the perfect adventure.  You google all the attractions, restaurants, and local venues for the location you are … Continue reading

Anemia & Cancer Treatment

Are you feeling cold, tired or just looking drained?  This just might be caused by anemia.  Having spent most of my life in a state of anemia or borderline anemia, some of its symptoms are a little more “normal” to … Continue reading