An Apple Christmas Carol For Tim Cook

An Apple Christmas Carol For Tim Cook Dear Tim Cook, War Eagle! That was some Auburn-Alabama game, wasn’t it? Unfortunately, that’s not my reason for writing. If you recall from Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, I warn you these six years ago, instead of seven, Steve Jobs must be about to pay you a visit and warn

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Thanksgiving and Week 31 of Julia Cameron

Thanksgiving and Week 31 of Julia Cameron In that time I’ve not missed a single day of Morning Pages. I’ve had my mom and daughters tell me, when I’ve encouraged them to follow suit, that they can’t do something like that–write something daily where they must commit to writing three pages before doing anything else

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MY NEW WRITING TOOL: A TYPEWRITER

MY NEW WRITING TOOL: A TYPEWRITER I have a new writing tool this week. It’s probably almost as old as I am–a Smith-Corona Super Sterling typewriter. The same model my dad had when I was a kid. Same color, same everything. Now why would a writer with three Mac computers and an iPad Pro with

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The Opioid Crisis in America And How I Fought Back

The Opioid Crisis in America And How I Fought Back There is an opioid crisis in America. Since June of 2016, I’ve been plagued by it. I was hurt after a visit to a chiropractor in Mesquite, Texas May 13, 2016. My primary care physician put me on hydrocodone in mid-June 2016 and I was

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Finding Water

Finding Water I’m in Week Seven of Julia Cameron’s book, Finding Water. This makes 19-straight weeks of following in her teachings, coupled with an equally invigorating study of my NIV Bible. Today I’m on the last pages of a second $0.50 college rule Walmart notebook. In fact, Chandler, my daughter, about fell over last week

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Test Message

This is Ronald Reagan, I have just ordered the launching of all our ICBM missiles at Russia. The countdown begins in 30 seconds. That is all.  

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