A Note On Continuity And Tone

I realize that some of my entries lack continuity and may seem to fluctuate in their tone. The thing is that at this point, I'll write something, but then add to it when I read it through a second or third time. Because of this, it certainly lacks an editorial finish. Though I often seem … Continue reading A Note On Continuity And Tone

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Emotional Nourishment…And My Refusal To Quit

(A Picture From "Green Lane Park") My morning routine is to take my son to school and then go for a walk. This, I have been able to work up towards doing without too many difficulties. Writing for a bit has often become a part of my day, but not with as much regularity as … Continue reading Emotional Nourishment…And My Refusal To Quit

My “Prime Directive” And The World Of The Strange And The Stranger

As I read through other blogs, there's often a theme of isolation and loneliness. I don't think this is specific to trauma survivors, however, I do have the impression that trauma - at the very least - makes the many methods of distraction less recreationally distractive. Tv, phones, video games, take your pick. There is … Continue reading My “Prime Directive” And The World Of The Strange And The Stranger

My Own Inner Darkness…My Son’s Light

(Butterfly Landing On My Shoe During A Walk In "Longwood Gardens". If Your Ever In The Philadelphia Area, I Highly Suggest Stopping By This Old DuPont Estate) Had a nice time with the family on Saturday. Even though my son is getting to the age when he likes to spend more time on his own, … Continue reading My Own Inner Darkness…My Son’s Light

…Can’t Stop This Feeling

(A Picture From Valley Forge National Park) The other day I was driving my son home from school. As usual, he borrowed my phone and started playing the sort of current songs which I'm not familiar with and haven't been keeping up with for longer than I care to mention. I find it odd that … Continue reading …Can’t Stop This Feeling