Just When You Think You’ve Stuck the Landing: Life Happens 2

Just When You Think You've Stuck the Landing: Life Happens
Life is weird, uncertain, and, more often than not, annoying. We all expect a certain amount of troubles, trials, and travails, but we generally expect to get through them and, we also expect a certain amount of calm after the storm ends. Not a lot, but at least enough time to catch our breath. Sometimes ...

Reading Rousseau: The Problem With Education

I am currently writing a book, set 200 years in the future, after the near-total splintering of society following the election of a narcissistic, childish, manipulative con man/businessman to the American Presidency. The story takes place in two bordering countries: the remains of the U.S.A., and Bernietopia, i.e. the northeastern part of the U.S. It’s ...

A Few Thoughts On: The Dakota Pipelines 8

As you may have noticed (or may not have), I haven’t posted anything in awhile. It’s not that I haven’t wanted to: I have. There really are just two reasons why I haven’t. Reason #1: I’m working on a book. It’s a satire that looks at the U.S.A. in about 200 years, based on my ...

Ordinary, Red-Neck Indiana Farmer Defies Expectations, Finds Solution to Most of World’s Problems 7

My church is a pretty typical Indiana country church; it varies anywhere from pretty conservative to very conservative. A large portion of our congregation are veterans, and we have a large number of our children who are either currently serving in the military, or waiting for graduation to leave for basic training. We have a ...

My Dog Eats Poo: A Disgusting Allegorical Tale 5

My Dog Eats Poo: A Disgusting Allegorical Tale
Our current oldest dog, Elsie, is a sweetie; she’s the princess of our little doggie family. She’s an English Springer Spaniel which, for my money, is one of the most beautiful breeds of dog. She is also probably the smartest dog we have. Now, at thirteen, she’s almost blind, and pretty much deaf (although the ...

Now What? 10

I’m freeeeeee! Finally, at the age of 51, I’ve graduated from college. Yay me. I’ve spent the last 3 1/2 years busting my butt, studying, reading, thinking, and writing, and it’s come down to this: I got an email the other day saying that they’ve checked, and yep, I’ve completed all the requirements for a ...

Pine Ridge Indian Reservation: A Largely Unknown Known

For those of you who are interested in Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, here’s a link to a paper I wrote for Napenasi.com, a blog I write for Nape Na Si, a mission organization that works on Pine Ridge: Shaking Up the Blissful Ignorance: I hope you’ll take the time to read it, and then more ...

Doctor, Doctor

Here’s a link to my latest article for The Odyssey: Doctor, Doctor, Give Me the (good) News It’s kind of a follow-up to last week’s That Certain Friend (also available on The Odyssey Online, and here, in last week’s moonsthoughts post, although it certainly stands on its own. I hope you enjoy it, and, as ...

That Certain Friend

Hey all, here’s a link to yet another one of my articles for The Odyssey Online: That Certain Friend I hope you enjoy it and get a laugh out of it. As always, thanks for reading! Share this:FacebookEmailLinkedInRedditTwitterGoogleTumblrPinterestPocketLike this:Like Loading...

A Few Thoughts on Life, Thought, and the Diet of Eagles

Hey folks! Here are links to two new articles by me. I hope you enjoy ’em, and that they make you think. As always, thanks for reading! I’m Aliiiiiiiiiive! On Thought and the Diet of Eagles Share this:FacebookEmailLinkedInRedditTwitterGoogleTumblrPinterestPocketLike this:Like Loading...
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