Disclaimer: Why I need to do this is for the protection of the sensitive people out there. I love animals. I am starting to not want to eat the meat after seeing it in live form. But I can't help myself. It's
Reader Warning: This article includes words and terms that may not be politically correct. If you experience a sudden rash, seizure, or even death, I, the publisher, the internet provider, your computer maker, the electr
While the country shows signs of deterioration of morals, values, and is suffering from media diarrhea many people are eating hungrily as a pig on slop. I find that here where I am living that people, for the most part,
For those that have read my writings over the last year know that I can be a compassionate writer of my past life, but also one of humor, and sarcasm. I decided to start off 2018 on a serious note but will be back to my
Andy Warhol once said, "In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes."
Now with the internet and computers, everyone can have that 15 minutes. As a photographer with skill has the competition
Being a writer is tough sometimes, especially for me. I see and hear new topics daily, and I would love to write about all of them, but the problem is which to pick first.
Do I write about something ridiculous su
Five simple words popped into my head after being exposed to current news from the media I had, up to today, done so well in eliminating from my life. Those words are: For Whom the Bell Tolls, written by John Donne
I long for the days when hardware stores actually sold hardware.
It is now a place to get dressed up and take out a woman on a date. Or better yet, for a woman to take a man out on a date. Not only does Menards offer
I was out taking pictures of old barns when I came across one very interesting one and decided to stop.
I walked around to the back door to ask the owner for permission to go out to his barn. The porch was in disarra
It’s a beautiful September day. The sun is high in a clear blue sky. I sit in on a very comfortable yellow cushioned vintage chair under a tin gun-metal colored awning supported by knobby pine poles. There is a gen