Our north pole of “good times” doesn’t have to have a south pole of sadness. There’s no physical necessity in play to force sadness to exist to counter balance happiness. We can have an emotional monopole.
Shawn DeWolfe's blog
My friend asked me to join her on a challenge: 30 days without booze, sugar, coffee, and pot. I understood her reasons and I wanted to applaud and support her pledge.
I have come to the realization that I have been under siege for over 20 years. Under siege, I armored up and hunkered down. I looked for ways to build sturdiness.
The last few years have left me really ragged financially, physically, cognitively. I have a plan for how to come of this rebuilt.
This Wednesday, I am starting at UVic on an eight month-plus stint as a web developer. Let's talk about the last four years.
Ninety days of posts in a row. In April, I said, "Hey-- I should do a 90-day blog challenge too."
Sixteen years ago, I got two tattoos. My subjects were the symbol of law and symbol of chaos. I stand in between law and chaos.
Working with the vinyl records requires a heat gun. So I have been at the mercy of the weather and my schedule. After my first outing two weeks ago, I could resume my work. On what? Read on.
I'm also at the end of my 90 days of daily blog posts. I thought I'd take a moment and share some details on what I did.