Category Archives: observation

Save The Arizona 98

I usually have avoided doing anything too political on my sometimes blog. I have tried to focus on general things and what is happening in my life. I feel that being too critical of any body for what they do politically is their business as I feel what I do politically, is my business. This […]

Working on Nano, Taking charge

I’ve been working on Nanowrimo this month as I get ready for the writing to take place starting on November 1st. I got the planning out-of-the-way, that is, the outline and a short synopsis of the story. I’ve written a short description of the main characters and some background. I try to let things be […]

A Long Quiet Summer

If you noticed, I tok the summer off from doing a large amout of writing. It was the first time in nearly 4 years that I took a break. Not that I wasn’t busy. It was just that doing writing, was not hight on my list of things to do this summer. I had the […]

Where Have I Been?

I’ve spent the better part of the last month being quiet. I was a conscious decision; just to remain silent and let the world go on without me commenting on it. Sort of like Dylan said, watching the river flow. Not that I did nothing. I finished up getting my 3rd book out and on […]

BP, The Gulf and A Broken Promise

Maybe it’s the cloudy and cool weather over the weekend. Or the hangover after watching the Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup. Though it may just be the continued bad news coming from the Gulf on the oil spill. But I am in a dark mood over what has happened there and am saddened over the […]

Is This Really America?

Recently, I heard Sarah Palin state to people that “we are all Arizonians,” when she supported the immigration Law of that state. Now, no matter what you may feel about that law and about immigration in general. That statement troubles me. Being a history major and a history buff to this day, I can only […]

It’s Still My Fantasy

Those of you who know me through the years and through my blog know that I never have had the best of health. As a result, I never had the opportunity to play organized sports. I did play some pick up baseball and flag or two hand football when I was a kid. I even […]

There’s No Politics In Baseball

Last week The Arizona Diamondbacks play the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field. During the series protesters rallied against the Arizona Immigration Law in front of the ball park, Now this is not about the law that was passed. Whether you like or don’t like the law is not the point. But I don’t feel protesting […]

Catching Up

Just thought I’d catch up with all of you on some things since I’ve been busy lately. Some of it is serious some not so serious. Been watching thr e immigration battle in Arizona. I believe that the law has a lot of unintendeed problems for it, like: whaere are you going to put all […]

Dangerous Politics

Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000167 EndHTML:0000002479 StartFragment:0000000454 EndFragment:0000002463 With the passage of the health care bill has come a dangerous response. Some of those who have opposed the package have resorted to threats and even, violence against those who voted for the bill. I think we have let the genie out of the bottle. I know there are […]