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When nature strikes back

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In 1982, 27 years old David Grundman and his roommate, James Joseph Suchochi, decided to load their firearms and engage in the red-neck pastime of cactus plugging in the Arizona desert.

Cactus plugging entailed shooting the protected Saguaro Cacti in the same generalized area until the cactus fell over. Suchochi…

The trick is figuring out what type of failures you can live with

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Failure sucks.

Sadly, risk is inevitable if you want to be successful. We all have to learn to live with some risk.

The trick is knowing what type of failure we can live with. That tells us what risks we should take.

What type of failure can we live with?

New Book Release

A serial killer is defined as someone who has killed more than three people over some time. Serial Killers are sadistic and controlling in nature. However, they rarely kill for profit. Instead, they are motivated by psychological needs.

I can’t take any more feeling like how I do now, always…

A poem of yearning for a departed mother.

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The songs we chanted

Tasty Sunday dinners produced

Memory tracks enjoyed after meals

And the bible verses we memorised

I miss you, mommy

A condition declares itself,

And I weep my eyes out

Your voice intent to soothe

Only your counsel inspires

I miss you, mommy

Whereas my emotions shattered…

a list of both the little and big things

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To live 6 months by my favorite lake:
allowing daily trips around the peninsula
and picture-perfect sunsets.
Take Tucker for daily walks.
Do a 100-day gratitude photo challenge.

Stare into the night sky, uninterrupted.
Make a full-time living as a writer.
Go to Disney World for my mom’s 65th birthday.
Do a meditation…

The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter. Public Domain

Helen Beatrix Potter hailed from an upper-middle-class household in Victorian-era England. As was common practice during that period, women of Beatrix’s class were privately educated by governesses who delivered lessons on reading, writing, music, and etiquette.

Her private education led her to grow up isolated from other children. Perhaps, Beatrix

Words Can’t Describe My Joy!

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A gloomy Sunday evening

Busy cooking and cleaning

One sharp pain and breathlessness

It was the time, a time long-awaited.

The father, with a stern look, was suspicious

He has seen it in movies

Where women shout and pant

This one was too good to…

Rule of One

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