Fearless Writing Challenge; Day 62: Changing My Perspective

How a simple shift in perspective can change your life.

Fearless Writing Challenge, Day 60: Flashback to Running at UC Davis

Another Saturday, another drive up to Davis. From where we are, in the Santa Cruz area, to Davis, is about a three-hour drive one-way. With traffic, it can take five. On the way home, after the game and dinner with the college girl, it can take about two hours. #timewarp Last weekend I mentioned we […]

Fearless Writing Challenge; Day 59: Blink and You Miss It

My daughter turned 16 in January but didn’t get her permit until a few months ago. This is all well and good, because who wants to have a kid driving around out there in that big, scary world filled with other drivers who are constantly on the phone? I know they are because when the Sweetie […]

Fearless Writing Challenge, Day 57: Going Deeper

It’s been about a week since I found out I didn’t get the Big Job. You know, it’s really okay, because it wasn’t exactly what I was trying to manifest anyways. They don’t have an office in France NOR a flexible schedule, which was the most important thing I wanted. Well, one of the top […]

Fearless Writing Challenge, Day 56: A Radical Act

Do you find yourself worrying a lot? I know it’s easy to do in the modern, plugged-in world we live in where we get to witness all of the horrible in the world as it happens as well as all the seemingly amazing things everyone else is doing – as they happen. There is so […]

Fearless Writing Challenge, Day 54: What I Will Do When I Retire

When I retire… These words were magic when I was little. My grandfather worked as a candy salesman (and yes, he had a closet FULL of candy in his house!) and eventually retired like many men of his generation. His wife, my grandmother, raised three girls and was a homemaker. I don’t think she felt […]