So what would you do if Karma was proven by science to be true? The question of the day is “would you change the way you live?” I personally think … Continue reading The law of three
Sometimes in life someone may have given us some advice, advice that may have changed our lives forever. At times these are things we may have actually blown off initially, … Continue reading Signals of the body
One last kiss before Kansas goes bye-bye In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Image Search.”
Tuesday was a fine California day, full of sunshine and promise, until Harry Lyon had to shoot someone at lunch.
That is a line that hooked me throughout my favorite book. Perhaps I am simple, perhaps I just have the innate curiosity to want to know the who/what/when/where/why of the situation but either way I needed to know more and in doing so was taken on one heck of a ride. I suppose you can call this an addendum to my previous review on Dragon Tears, it just fits so well within that same frame.
That line is what hooked me and in short, that line is why you should read the book. Highly recommended. Sometimes the first line is all you need.
After a little while I typically like to look back at some of my earlier posts, especially the first one, and as my skills progress, try to rewrite and edit what I have written even though it hasn’t been too long. Hindsight, as they say, is always 20/20 (but looking back it’s still a bit fuzzy).
Have you ever managed to paint yourself into the proverbial corner because of your words? What did you do while waiting for them “to dry”?
You wake up one morning to find a beautifully wrapped package next to your bed. Attached to it is a note: “Open me, if you dare.” What’s inside the mystery box? Do … Continue reading Mystery wrapped in snowflakes
Decided to write about people who are heroes to many of us, not just mine.
I had completely forgotten all about my new years resolutions. No matter though because I think I have done pretty well. But let’s go ahead and revisit the resolutions I … Continue reading 2014 Resolution Report
The association our brains make with different things can be quite confusing.