The recent conclusion of the Game of Thrones series highlights the fascinating scenario where the public demands more of the fiction which purely came from the imagination of one writer.
In my zeal and enthusiasm to break some news before it became official, I inadvertently embarrassed myself with a premature post. It was an honest mistake, but I've learned my lesson.
It was a time-crunched month of December for me. As the year came to a close, I struggled to keep up with my writing, but for good reason. Our little Abram is nearly two months old now...and he's wonderful. 2017 was a great year for me personally...and also for our nation.
It's hard to believe the Astros' World Series Championship is not the most significant event of my life this month. Our baby boy Abram has finally arrived! This is my journal for November 2017.
Even tho we’re living in a fast-paced, abbreviated culture where no one seems to have any patience, it’s still important to maintain some writing standards. U can’t just shorten everything to acronyms and lazily-spelled words. Bottom line...if yer gonna blog, you hafta spell correctly.
A regular month of busy preparations for our baby became a devastating time in history for my hometown of Houston. Tens of trillions of gallons of water have fallen in the area due to Hurricane Harvey. Every Houstonian has been greatly affected, but they shined as a bright example of the best of humanity.
I'm surprised it took me so long to think of the idea to start journaling here on my website. This is where I'll add ideas, opinions and thoughts about the news and everyday life. All of the entries from one month will have their own post. Feel free to add your comments and questions. I always appreciate the input of those who read my stuff 🌞
Somewhere out there, a teacher is talking with a struggling student after school. It’s just 10 minutes of her time and she’ll forget the entire conversation by the time she gets home. But her brief words of wisdom will play over and over in the heart and mind of that student, steering him towards a [...]
To connect with others around the topics that actually matter to us, we must write what you like to read and think about. There’s no point in writing anything which doesn't meet that standard.
I’m still relatively new to this whole blogging thing, so I will mostly likely say things here in this post which reveal my ignorance and naivete on the subject. But instead of cowering away with my feeble lack of experience, I see an opportunity to say a few things about blogging from an objective perspective. [...]