Monthly Archives: January 2015

A Dangerous Move

In J.R.R. Tolkien’s book ‘The Hobbit,’ a comfortable, unambitious, set-in-his-ways, and a bit of a control-freak creature has his contentment disturbed as a great adventure is kindly forced upon him. Something inside Bilbo Baggins thrusts him into a daring adventure … Continue reading

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Connected

A few weeks ago, you may have heard the news that two climbers, Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgenson, did what many people thought was impossible…to free climb the 3000-foot high Dawn Wall of Yosemite’s famous El Capitan Mountain. This climb … Continue reading

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Re-purposed Re-imagined

I greatly enjoy viewing and seeing how old worn out items are creatively and innovatively reconstructed, re-purposed, re-imagined and refurbished into some new, fun and useful. Items like old jeans are made into comforters, old skate boards made into a … Continue reading

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Draw Near

I have noticed something about me over the years. This ‘something’ is not all that spectacular, and most of you have this tendency as well. This trait is fun, helpful, mind expanding, and a great way to gain wisdom. What … Continue reading

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An Amazing Adventure

One of my last activities of 2014 was to go see the last of the movies made from JRR Tolkien’s book, the Hobbit. I know there have been mixed reviews, but I liked it. The book is about a creature, … Continue reading

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