Some notes about my daily walks. One it is really hard not to take a bunch of pictures and cheat, posting them on days I don't walk. This would be self defeating. I have set a limit on myself: three to six pictures a day. Two I love where I live. I wave at every … Continue reading Welcome Day Three
The movement of Self Publishing has many critics. Most say it is too easy for bad writing to get published. Some say there is a plagiarism issue. Many struggle to gain traction, a wide readership for their works. Amazon and other platforms are working to address the plagiarism issues. Since Harlow Hunter and I publish … Continue reading Working in the Writing Community
The General Manager for the Restaurant I work at is leaving. After 11 years (he started when he was 19) of working in various positions and moving up in management he has decided to go into a different line of work and spend more time with his family. He has been an inspiration to a … Continue reading When a Leader Moves On
To those who celebrate this time as the birth of Christ (which is symoleic of the coming of the light). Merry Christmas! May it be filled with joyous laughter and may everyone have safe travels to and from their destinations.
Enjoy the day. Love your family and friends. For those who work today, thank you for your service. If you are volunteering today, thank you for helping those who have so little. Remember to keep the spirit of Gratitude beyond today. Especially tomorrow. Don't let commercialism and consumerism over run the Joy of what you … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving
While I have been uninspired the last few days I thought to look back over some previous work. This lead to the rediscovery of my poetry written for various college level English courses. I had posted the collection of my poetry as one of my future project. When I started to go back over them … Continue reading And Now For Something Completely Different
This is going to be another random rambling post. Coming up on Thanksgiving and the thought of family and friends gathering together to stuff their faces with turkey and trimmings doesn't exactly make me feel all cozy and grateful. For years now Thanksgivings has been a speed bump on the way to Christmas. Heck each … Continue reading …And Whether Pigs Have Wings
This post is going to be partly a rant, slightly political and general observations by me, A.C. Liddle. I will start with this...how much lower can our expectations as a society be set? At what point in the bar on the ground? In my humble opinion we have, as a society, have come to expect … Continue reading High Expectations–Shoot Past the Moon