Then one choose me out of the blue on a trip to the Midwest.
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“My fashion philosophy is, if you’re not covered in dog hair, your life is empty.” — Elayne Boosler
This summer in mid August, I took a trip thru the Midwest.
Wanting to add more city skylines and state capitals to my picture files, I flew into Wichita Kansas. A first class seat from Seattle was only $204, far cheaper than a flight to Kansas City.
A friend of mine had just moved to Wichita and I wanted to see him too. As well as my Mom and some old high school friends in Kansas City.
I do these trips often and create a game plan, a loop of visits ending where I began. The Midwest loop looked like this. …
Whatever is begun in anger, ends in shame. — Benjamin Franklin
Who knows where it all starts, you’ve heard the question, nature or nurture right? For the purpose of this writing, it doesn’t really matter, the real question is “do we want to stay stuck?”
Somewhere along the line I started to say “a lesson I choose to learn” instead of blaming it on my parents or some other thing outside of me.
Dr. Wayne W. Dyer used to say we choose our parents before coming into being. …