Blogging thoughts as we head into a new year. What now?
There’s a Seeker Born Every Minute…
I’ve spent most of my life seeking answers to the age-old questions in our daily lives. And so far the only answer I have is that there’s a Seeker born every minute. So while I have no more answers than when I started, I have gained experience through the years.
This site was started as a way to chronicle my fight with depression and anxiety. Now that I have at least temporarily vanquished those demons to the recesses of my pea-sized brain, I use this site to document interesting aspect of my life, my attempts to learn new things, or maybe just rant for a bit. I doubt anyone will find anything earth-shattering or exciting on these pages; I live a blissfully boring life. But there may be some nuggets of inspiration for the hardy few.
“I see a lot of fog and a few lights. I like it when life’s hidden. It gives you a chance to imagine nice things, nicer than they are.” — Ben Hecht One of the many joys of having dogs is waking up and taking them out first thing in the morning. This day we […]
After all the recent celebrities committing suicide in the last few months, I’ve been thinking of my personal battles with depression and anxiety. I never suffered from depression growing up. An introvert? Definitely, but my bouts of depression and anxiety only occurred in the last few years. I consider myself lucky as I’ve never been […]
I’m always amazed by the positive power of the morning. As the sun climbs over the horizon and the first rays of light touch the world around me, it whispers the promise of our greatest blessing; a new day, a fresh start that Nature gives us every 24 hours.
During one of our day trips from Florence was a few hours visiting the city of Siena. A few hours is not long enough to discover a city like Siena, but it provided a glimpse into this famous Tuscan town, with the promise we might return one day to explore it further.
I have a bad back. I would love to say it was due to an old football injury or the result of saving an old lady from a burning building, but the truth of it is I’m just an overweight computer geek. Bad backs are as much a part of our DNA as comic books […]
“If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.” — J.R.R. Tolkien