Monthly Archives: June 2011

Life is an animated movie.

For as long as I can remember I have been fascinated by animation. Even now as an “adult” my favorite movies and TV shows to watch are of the animated variety. I have often wondered why this is. Not that I was too concerned about it. But it does present a bit of social difficulty when a ... Read More

Two days until the Ride for Minot (via L' IDIOT SPEAKETH ET PEDALETH)

Once again we demonstrate the power of blogging, and provide an opportunity for do gooders to do good. A worthy donation for any interested!! The Ride: Thursday JUNE 30th! As most of you here in the US know, the city of Minot and much of North Dakota is dealing with massive flooding issues this summer. ... Read More

I am going for a swim in the sea of creativity. Anyone want to join me?

If you can’t see the bright side to life … polish the dull side! I encountered this as I was doing my daily dose of avoiding life on one of my FB addictions. The universe has a way of sneaking up on you and slapping you upside the head when you least expect it. And usually ... Read More

A call for healers…

We as humans are capable of amazing things. We have power. The power to heal. The power to change our environment. The power to create. I, who claims to “know” nothing, KNOW THIS. My older sister Deb died. Her heart stopped. She returned to us, but it was a difficult road for a bit.  Our ... Read More

You (and you and you and you….) ROCK!!

If  you don’t have something nice to say, don’t say anything at all! I would love to say my mother taught me that, but the truth of the matter is I am not sure she and that idea ever actually sat in the same room together. Yet somewhere along the way I actually learned this concept. I ... Read More

Welcome to the flip side!

One of the beauties of the internet is it allows us to really connect with people from all over the world. One of the curses of the internet is it allows us to really connect with people from all over the world. I said this a little while back to a new friend I met ... Read More

Silly Steve

Once upon a time there was this idealistic guy named Steve. Steve was a guy who had this crazy notion that people should inherently trust each other; that how people acted was more important than how well they filled out paperwork or passed tests. He actually believed that a person who demonstrated skill with something should be allowed to ... Read More