Monthly Archives: January 2004

Random Thoughts Rushing

Circle the wagons! I have had random thoughts rushing in from everywhere and I figured now would be as good a time to share them as any… MORE MONEY THAN BRAINS… Here are a few of pet peeves I have … Continue reading

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The First Drill

It was raining when they pulled through the gates of Lackland Air Force Base. I was feeling nervous because I was not certain to expect during basic training. The sign over the guard station read, ‘Gateway to the Air Force,’ … Continue reading

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The Roll Over Accident

The glass doors to the VA’s emergency room shushed open as he hobbled in from the parking lot where he had left his truck. “Thank goodness,” I said to myself as I sat down knowing that sooner or later a … Continue reading

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The Little Finger

The boy in the orange and lime green shirt lifted the hammer and struck the water worn stone in front of him. It sounded dulled when the hammerhead struck — dull and uneven. Approaching the boy, he looked at me … Continue reading

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The New Year: 2004

A new year has begun and it hardly seems like the old one got started. I feel like I am still working on projects I initiated in the year 2000. Yet I look around me and I know it’s not … Continue reading

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