A Twisted Life
We can't expect to have world peace until we find peace within ourselves. Peace can only be achieved one person at a time. Are you at peace?
As a writer and a thinker, I offer this musing as I ask the questions: is it really possible to help others in the most important way or must we only help and hope?
This is an ethnographic essay I had written about a year ago for my English class. I had received an A for this particular essay and have decided to place this essay online to further help students.
Joan Robinson began riding horses at the age of 3, and eventually won over 500 trophies for her riding skills
We live in the age of technology. We commute by automobiles and airplanes and communicate by emails and mobiles. The media and the Internet provide us the latest information from all over the world. Movies filled with...
Sometimes you have a brief chance encounter with someone, but it makes a lasting, even life-changing, impression. This story is about the ladies I “almost met” at a cosmetics counter at Dillard’s.
Bill Holland wrote a short story called "The Old Man by the Side of the Road." It tells about a man who takes a homeless man to a restaurant for coffee and hears his story. It speaks of the effects of war and of...
My impressions of Rush Limbaugh over the years.
This is my response to the Winter Memories Hub Page Challenge originally issued by Jackie Lynnley three years ago and resurrected again this year. These are my childhood memories of Winter.