Monthly Archives: June 2011

Life in Technicolor. . .

My head feels as if it is going to explode. So many thoughts and feelings blasting through like beams of light only comprehensible to myself and God. Plagued by recurring themes, I do my best in attempting to decipher them. … Continue reading

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My Hero . . .

Engines are presently full throttle on a project I have been piecing together and preparing for since November. More or less this is the biggest endeavor I have undertaken and despite a sense of being overwhelmed with it, the results … Continue reading

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Failure to Communicate. . .

Here are some things I have learned while dealing with a dysfunctional ankle. 1. You realize how many little things you take for granted. Everything from going to the bathroom with ease, to a long walk off a short pier, … Continue reading

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All Delighted People. . .

Throughout my life I have obtained few physical injuries, at least never anything to render me at a disadvantage for movement. Sometimes I wonder if that balance was compensated with the amount of mental injuries I have received. The ankle … Continue reading

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Five Fifty Six. . .

I feel like a broken record. What happens when you make everything you know into a playground? You get bored. My mind is in a figurative state of being fenced in. All of my ideas, beliefs, experiences, and so on, … Continue reading

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Dot Dot Dot . . .

“Empty bottles often rattle the loudest.” One of the most profound thoughts to come from a polite conversation in some time.

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