I think it’s always good to go back and read the July 5th, 1852 speech given by Frederick Douglass in […]
Archive for June 2020
The U.S. Supreme Court has been all over the map with rulings these days. Some good decisions, in my opinion, […]
I just came across this quote from Lincoln who spoke these words in Baltimore one year before the end of […]
Saunter on the Blue Ridge
Our drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway today brought us to the trailhead for a hike up Mount Pisgah. Of […]
New Book Published!
My newest book, Broken Bridges, is now available on Amazon in paperback and ebook! Today the book is the #1 […]
Before the rain, in the rain, after the rain. . .great fragility of beauty.
New Book Coming This Week!
My new book is being published in paperback and ebook formats this week! Thank you to all my readers and […]
I’m sure I saw this survey last year (2019), and maybe you did as well. It was done by the […]
Wisdom for Writers
“It is not easy to write in a journal what interests us at any time, because to write it is […]
My Country Too
“That isn’t American!” “They aren’t American!” Who is American? What does it mean to be American? White supremacists, KKK, militias […]
From our sauntering hike near Bryson City, NC the other day.
After the incredibly stupid, silly and disrespectful stunt Deplorable Don performed in front of St. John’s Church the other day, […]