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Three to Get Ready
This is an excerpt from my book “The Wisdom of Childhood,” which is available at Amazon Kindle. What is it about the number three that makes it so intriguing? Does it have mystical power, or is it just another number? … Continue reading
This is an excerpt from my book, “The Wisdom of Childhood,” available on Amazon Kindle. Do you remember that wonderful period during the school day called recess? After many hours in the classroom, having our brains filled with information we … Continue reading
Posted in Life Path Tagged Duck Goose, Harry Potter, Headmaster Dumbledore, home base, recess, Red Rover, retreat, school day, Tag 8 Comments
Who Are You, Really?
This is an excerpt from my book “The Wisdom of Childhood” available on Amazon Kindle. Imagine for a moment that we are observing a room full of children. Imagine that there are many toys and activity centers, just as you … Continue reading
Posted in Life Path Tagged Arabic, bigotry, children, Chinese, Disney World, English, ethnic differences, It's a Small World, prejudice, Spanish 6 Comments
Don’t Worry, Be Happy
This is an excerpt from my book “The Wisdom of Childhood.” Be happy. Isn’t that what we all want? Everything we do, everything we buy, everywhere we go, we are always searching for happiness. For some reason, happiness seems to … Continue reading
Posted in Life Path Tagged Bobby McFerrin, Catholic Church, cemetery, children, happy, Mayan, Mexico, plaza, possessions, smart phone, Yucatan Peninsula 2 Comments
To Be, Or Not To Be? That Is Not The Question.
“Follow your bliss.” This was another suggested post title my wife made several days ago. She and I both initially discounted it as a difficult thread to follow, especially in light of the fact that some of my previous posts … Continue reading
Posted in Life Path Tagged A Chorus Line, Andy Griffith, Hamlet, King Lear, Nike, Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare, soliloquy, What I Did For Love, What It Was Was Football 3 Comments
No Crown? It Doesn’t Count!
If you have followed my blog for some time, you may have picked up on the fact that my wife is my muse. She was the one who encouraged me to begin blogging in the first place. As I look … Continue reading
Posted in Life Path Tagged accomplishments, ballet, crown, Dallas, dance, Dr. Wayne Dyer, Everman, Fort Worth, muse, pageants, studios 5 Comments
What’s Your Dance?
Music is a very important part of my life. When I am driving my truck, I am listening to a variety of Pandora stations on my i-phone, played through my dashboard radio. In my exercise room and in my wood … Continue reading
Posted in Life Path Tagged dance, i-phone, i-pod, Kris Kristofferson, Lee Ann Womack, Little Big Town, Mark Sanders, Pandora, Randy Meisner, Ray Price, The Eagles, Tia Sillers 7 Comments
Heroes, Gurus, and Friends
We all have them. I know that labeling people is not a popular thing to do, but these three labels should not get anyone’s bloomers in a knot. After all, these are all very complimentary. Hero – 1: a mythological … Continue reading
Posted in Life Path Tagged Abilene, Aristotle, Banjo, barista, conflict, friend, guru, hero, mentor, mythological, Starbucks, triple threat 7 Comments
Where Did I Go Right?
I know that the usual question is, “Where did I go wrong?” However, it occurred to me this week that I had obviously done a lot of things right. This realization came as my wife, Regina, and I were driving … Continue reading
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This is an excerpt from my book “The Wisdom of Childhood.” In my book of Mother Goose nursery rhymes (Yes it’s true. I actually own a book of nursery rhymes.) there is a riddle entitled Going to St. Ives. I have … Continue reading