Clint Eastwood directs and stars. Better than a blockbuster, this movie is worth your time. Wait! Don’t leave! I’m not saying it will make you think. It’s not an art film or a documentary. It’s a darn good story. And we love stories. A means to an end Earl Stone, 90, needs money. The bank… Continue reading Movie Review: The Mule (2019)
Aloha! 2019 is flying by, even my kids noticed. I have been chauffeuring them, wrestling with the internet, researching stories to present from a parent's perspective, and writing, writing, and rewriting. I am inspired by my current read Writing True: The Art and Craft of Creative Nonfiction by Sondra Perl and Mimi Schwartz to ask:… Continue reading Seeking Writing Style Critiques
http://www.stitcher.com/s Good Sunday listening of a thoughtful man who has led in war, writes book for kids and adults, and owns a manufacturing company. Also: why women should learn Brazilian jujitsu and waking up at 4:30 a.m. every day. He is hopeful about our future and believes in American tenacity and work ethic. Happy Sunday!… Continue reading Jocko Willink Interview, a podcast reccy
I am sorry. I am having technical issues with WordPress.com and am trying to figure out the best way forward. The Publish button goes incognito when Autosaving begins. It could be related to the frequency of posting, the amount of pictures, I dunno. My coder is trying to help and make suggestions. I hope to… Continue reading Blocked by Technology
An accident. I clicked the wrong button and this happened. Instead of panicking (too tired), I compared old and new, and liked the clean look and categories listed on the side. And this theme is easier on the mind and eyes. Done! Steadily chugging on, learning and improving. Thank you for joining me.