"Learning to Live Structured in an Unstructured World"
It’s an old adage that claims that “perception is 9/10th’s of the law; simple put, if it looks like some thing is wrong to others, then unless you can prove otherwise, then its wrong. Ok, ok. I know they say this about possession not perception. But I honestly believe this holds more truth to perception […]Read More
I remember the 5-days prior, so vividly. My youngest son and I were on our way to church. We were taking pictures just because we were dressed up nicely, feeling and looking good. This was a joyous time, we were going to praise the Lord on this Sabbath day. This is also the day that […]Read More
My military marriages were the same as most military marriages, textbook. They both happened while in the military; they both ended, while in the military. Some would say that military marriages are higher on the divorce rate chart than civilian marriages. I mean, truthfully, I would almost agree with this simply because it seems most […]Read More
Choosing what you want to do when you grow up is something that most kids discuss with their parents. For me, I was no different. In my mind, I wanted to be a singer. However, growing up in the 70’s and 80’s was the era long before the internet or singing competitions that made dreamers […]Read More
As 2017 was coming to a close, there were several cases of work-place sexual assault and sexual harassment cases. That year closed with highlights involving a lot of people in prominent and powerful positions. These cases ranged from men (particularly) that were CEO’s to news-broadcasters to music moguls. These cases, in my opinion, were part […]Read More
From the time we lace up the first pair of combat boots or the first time we strap a duffel-bag on our backs, we as soldier, turned veterans are resilient. We heard the Drill Sergeants (DS) yell and tell us to “suck it up and drive on” or “take a knee, and drink water”. […]Read More
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