Monday, September 1, 2014
Reevaluate – access, determine the significance or worth.
Reset - to clear any pending errors or events to bring the system to normal condition.
Renew - to make something new, fresh or strong again.
Anymore, it seems I’m in a constant state of evaluating and modification: Modification to my surroundings, modification to my attitudes, gathering more information to find if there is a way to improve the situation.
One of my advisors says that it’s for spiritual growth that we must continue to change. Another of my advisors says that the world has changed and all we can do is adapt.
So I set out to learn more in a new writing class and hear the same thing that was said to me, said to a new generation. I’m not so inclined to believe everything but I am looking for the jewel that may change past experience into a better brighter future, not just for me but for everyone.
Despite all the hits I’ve taken I really am an idealist at heart. More than a decade into the 21st century, I’m seriously disappointed with the state of affairs. My little bit of the world has progressed in a most delightful way but as is the human condition, I want things better and even more progressive to a happy peaceful place rather than the apocalyptic zombie land that invades our collective consciousness.
So I’m back to reassess, reset, renew.... Life Continues...
Sunday, August 31, 2014
Spending the Summer at the beach
California King Bed
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
In past generations, the outcry from the clerics would tell the populous that their circumstances were the result of situations which could be changed by directing their energies toward higher goals, better achievement and a little bit more in the collection plate. Monumental changes in society started from the pulpit includes abolition of slavery and women's voting rights.
Today's pulpit, the TV has created a new class of cleric: the talking heads. The heads get together to spout the most base philosophy, me-ism. Me-ism obviously works for the heads but does little to improve the status of our society. Rather than strive to improve self, family, country, they recommend status-quo and understanding of the bad guy who make bad decisions that we all live with today.
Sunday, August 17, 2014
Beth brings her kids to their grandfather's funeral only to find that her life in New York is gone. Friends and foes wait for her in her home town, she finds herself caught between who she was, rebellious trouble maker) and who she is (middle-class mom).
In the first episode, we meet Beth's brother who is involved with Beth's nemesis. Her handsome bad boy sweetheart has returned too... as the town sheriff.
Beth learns that as much as things change... things stay the same... Oy!
First Episode is registered with the writer's guild.