Here’s a photo from Virginia Beach at sunrise in late May, 2019. I used a dark black and white filter when taking the photo, but everything else is natural.
A curious wolf I came across one time in British Columbia, Canada.
I was listening to Must Love Dogs while driving yesterday (I’ve watched it so many times, I don’t need to see it to know what’s going on), and it reminded me that when I write about dogs in my books — Rocky, Zeus, Suka, etc. — these are some of the Siberian Huskies I’m writing about.
Back on May 19, 2013, we had a little problem with goats at the apartment complex I lived at in Broomfield, Colorado.
Yesterday’s bad weather left a fresh coat of white on Mt. Whatsitsname.
The URL I linked to is a story about how to convert a Drupal 8 website into a static website. What it comes down to is, if you’re just running a blog and you don’t care about comments, why bother dealing with all the ugliness of maintaining a Drupal 8 website?
I prefer the phrase, “Sun does not set.” #talkeetna #alaska
In the next month I’m going to have a CT scan, an MRI, radioactive iodine, gamma radiation, more radiation, then more radiation. So it seemed fitting that I should buy The Incredible Hulk tv series DVD set. :)
Back in the day, this series was influential on me, and I was very aware of its influence. After moving out of Chicago we lived in a small town, and this series opened my eyes to the possibility of just wandering around and living a vagabond lifestyle.
When I was young I used to think, “How do I know where I should live? Where’s ‘home’? Maybe I should just wander around until I find a place that feels right.” That may sound unusual — it seems like most people want to settle down in one place — but I feel fortunate to have lived in many towns and many states, and gotten to know people in all of those places.
I post this image from this tweet in memory of Kendrick Castillo.
When will the violence against our school children stop?
One thing I never thought about, but as an author you can end up with a lot of copies of your own books laying around.