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Just a simple post. Keeping safe, I park as close as I can to comfort, and as far away from danger as possible. It takes a great deal of effort, expert use of mirrors, and a whole lot of patience. … Continue reading
Does our loud, self-imposing version of Life is a Highway by Rascal Flatts sound better? Can we score more points playing Travel Bingo? Does nature somehow get a little deeper into our souls? I certainly believe so. It’s not enough … Continue reading
Hello Social Media Friends! It’s been a bit, and of course a great deal has happened in all of our lives. Retirement (almost two years now) has brought much to The Studio That Never Sleeps and my positively unedited life: … Continue reading
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Dear WordPress Friends, I know it’s been a while. As I continue to wait on positive responses from book publishers, I have decided to open up a small jewelry company using Etsy as my platform. A typical workday is made … Continue reading
The helmet padding smelled all James Deansy. You know… Brylcreem and 10w30 with a little WD40. He’d let me ride back from the finish line in the Chevy II, and I’d put that helmet on for fun. For just a … Continue reading
Hey Friends, I’m stopping by to give you an update on my adventure. As you know, I gave up a beloved teaching career with great sadness and reservation. It is no surprise that I miss the children, their parents, and … Continue reading
My world According to Me… thus far As most of you know I’ve jumped off a very large cliff. This post is simply a warm up to things yet to come. No More Teaching: This was the very, very hardest … Continue reading
Just like the Little Engine That Could, I took on Spring Break with confidence and energy. Ahhh… time away from teaching and I’m having a very productive week. Closets cleaned, drawers organized, flip-flops color coordinated, and even time spent writing. … Continue reading
The only thing better than being a car enthusiast is being a car enthusiast driving down one of the most beloved stretches of highway in our country’s history. Route 66 is America. It is a drive that connects the … Continue reading