10-24-17 My One and Only Ghost Story

One week until Halloween so here’s my one and only, firsthand ghost story. I’ll park several caveats up front: I don’t believe in ghosts but I’ll allow there are many things I do not understand and/or have perceived so incompletely that they can seem otherworldly. This story concerns an event I simply cannot adequately explain and so I’ll call it a ghost story. Take it as […]

2017-11-09T17:21:28+00:00October 25th, 2017|Hiking/Outdoors, History, Personal, Writing|0 Comments

5-31-17 No Way to Go

I fully plan to kill myself–big qualifier–if I am ever afflicted with Alzheimer’s. For a little longer than a decade, I watched what it did to my father and I have no interest whatsoever in letting it do the same to me.

This morning I read a review of British neuroscientist Jospeh Jebelli’s book In Pursuit of Memory, about his research into Alzheimer’s plus reflections on his own grandfather’s […]

2017-11-09T17:17:25+00:00May 31st, 2017|Personal, Writing|0 Comments

5-2-17 Seasonal Whiplash

Very little writing (okay, zero) over the weekend, so the goal is 1-3K words today. Accordingly, this will be a lazy, photo-heavy post so I can quickly get to work.

Snowed most of last Friday and Saturday, leaving about 6″-8″ of very wet, heavy snow on our neighborhood. I’ve lived in Colorado nearly all my life so I know the drill: any warm weather before Mother’s Day is […]

2017-05-03T04:44:13+00:00May 2nd, 2017|Personal, Writing|0 Comments

4-27-17 Writing Day and a Little Gratitude

Well into writing the followup to Widowmaker now–25K words–including a thousand more added this morning. Is it Fran Liebowitz..? Wait, three-second Internet search… yes–, it’s Fran Liebowitz who said ‘I write so slowly, I could write with my own blood and not hurt myself.’ Same here, and me without the discipline that comes with a long career as a writer. I’d dearly love to be […]

2020-06-27T17:12:25+00:00April 27th, 2017|Personal, Writing|0 Comments
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