April 18, 2015

Be The Captain of Your Destiny


There is no better word than Metamorphosis to describe this moment in time. A period of excitement and some fear but an undying belief that I will figure it out.

In a perfect world the transition from one stage into another would be seamless and easy but that is not what is happening here and overall I am ok with it,

Maybe it is because I realized long ago that I was in the midst of making some significant changes in my life and I understood it would take a while to process and proceed.

Fear prevented me from doing some of it before but I let go of that anchor weight and accepted I couldn't control what happened, I could only manage it.

You might argue that managing it has slowed it down and that it would be easier to just rip off the bandage. I wouldn't fight you about whether it would help because in many ways it would but I am not convinced it would be good for the kids to hit them with too much at once.

So I choose to slow the train and ease on down the road.

The face I see in the mirror doesn't belong to who I was anymore. The guy I see there is someone I like most of the time, but there are moments where I tell him his idiocy is what led to all this.

Yet I agree that it also is the reason for the good stuff too. That is just how life goes.

April 14, 2015

Running At Full Speed

The problem with running at full speed is that it doesn't always provide an opportunity to write and that is precisely why I haven't given a good update yet today.

Hope to hit it later, but probably won't be until evening. But the good news for you is that you have other things to read, including the fabulous tale of the Pepper Pike mystery.

Just click on the links below.

  1. 500 More Ways To Have Better Sex & Earn Money From Blogging
  2. What Happens When Your Ass Surrenders?
  3. The Lies Bloggers Tell
  4. Dumb Bloggers & Silly Fathers
  5. How Do You Recognize Windows Of Opportunity?

April 13, 2015

The Old Days

Way back in the beginning of my blogging adventure I created a second blog I wanted to use to help me keep track of posts I wanted to remember.

It took a boatload of time to place the links there because at the time the editor was a bitch to work with and I had to drop the code in by hand for each link.

The upside was it forced me to learn some HTML (I know more than just links) but I didn't see a particular reason to really teach myself so I learned enough to be dangerous.

Now I can dig into a page and mess with things, but sometimes I just destroy whatever it is and it takes me a while to identify and correct the problem.

Had I more insight I would have made a point to have spent more time learning. Might still do it, never hurts to know more about coding.