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The 10 through 20 Things You Should Never, Ever Leave in the Car

by on June 10, 2016

I just read on my newsfeed an article from Reader’s Digest about the 9 Things You Should Never, Ever Leave in the Car. It mentioned medications, electronics, sunscreen, water bottles, handbags, glas ... more


The Hoarding of Hate

by on June 14, 2016

Sometimes shit happens and I feel compelled to “go there,” to speak my mind. And so… To me it seems things have taken a turn in the U.S. that’s unlike anything I’ve seen over the past ha ... more


How to Respect the Flag

by on June 12, 2016

June 14 is Flag Day. The following was written by Lynn M. Peterson, an Army Retirement Services Program Manager. I thought it worth repeating on flag day. Do you know the proper conduct when the Un ... more


Too Many Sub-plots

by on June 06, 2016

I like to watch TV. However, lately my favorite shows seem to have added so many sub-plots that it’s hard to keep them straight. There’s a sub-plot for each relationship. Here’s an example of a ... more


Reflections on Visiting #Colorado

by on June 03, 2016

Last week I went to Colorado Springs to attend my grandson’s high school graduation and my oldest son’s retirement from the Air Force. I have a couple of observations. I never saw a calorically ... more


Reasons 11 Through 20 Why Couples Break Up

by on June 01, 2016

I read with interest an article on my news feed about the top ten reasons couples break up. It was very similar to a previous article on relationships. It mentions these reasons couples break up: no s ... more


Remember The Sacrifice of Our Soldiers Today

by on May 30, 2016

Today is #MemorialDay, a time to remember fallen comrades who died defending freedom. On this day and #VeteransDay, I recall my father, Dale Anderson, who served 35 years in the #Army. He fought in th ... more


The Tyranny of the GPS

by on May 27, 2016

“Okay, Mike. Your new GPS is installed. The best system on the market with voice activation and artificial intelligence. All your addresses are loaded.” “Sounds great, Steve. Is there a manual? ... more


Series Vs Stand Alone Books

by on May 16, 2016

At one of my author meetings, I was asked why I don't write series books using the same character(s). Series are the way to make money in this business - keep readers coming back. I'm not opposed t ... more


“69”-ing: Does It Satisfy?

by on May 25, 2016

On a blog I perused recently, I picked up an interesting tidbit. It’s a practice called “69-ing” and, no, it’s not that 69-ing! With all the books out there on the market these days, hip re ... more



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