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Leap of Faith

I just finished this piece of art that I worked up with AnaElisa. We had a fun photo shoot down in Kemah last weekend and this is the finished image portraying something I think we all feel at different stages … Continue reading

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Selfie At Robot Gothic

Robot art by Chelsi Linderman from Lehi, Utah Burning Man. August 2018.

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The Son by Philipp Meyer

I just finished another audio book: The Son by Philipp Meyer. It’s a New York Times bestselling epic of a Texas family starting off with a Comanche raid, taking 13 year old Eli McCullough captive. The story covers 4 generations … Continue reading

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Hold Me Tight

Probably one of the best books I’ve ever read on building loving relationships! Sometimes men don’t want to do emotional work – it’s too icky. This book however, is exactly what men (and women, of course) want and need…and guys, … Continue reading

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Moving Mom and Dad

Last week was the culmination of moving Mom and Dad into a Senior Living Community. That’s the name they use now for a retirement home. An Assisted Living Facility. And I’d have to say, it is quite a different choice … Continue reading

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Portugal, Spain and Italy

My brother, Bill and I just got back from a trip to Portugal, Spain and Italy.  It was the first time we’d traveled extensively together on our own. We’re both experienced travelers and we’ve usually traveled with our wives or … Continue reading

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Now and Then

There’s a lot to be said for today’s counseling and emotional therapy practices.  So much progress has been made in digging into our character flaws, dysfunctional behaviors and relationships, addictions and successful coping methods.  Medications are wonderful too when prescribed … Continue reading

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