The Thinking Man sculpture at Musée Rodin in Paris

The Thinking Man sculpture at Musée Rodin in Paris (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I’ve been thinking. . .



4 thoughts on “Introduction

  1. Love the legacy of pen (albeit digital) that you are leaving. I am thankful to have found your blog. I look forward to reading more. 🙂


  2. What was your mistake?


    • Many. Perhaps the earliest mistake I made was not speaking up. Whether it was from embarrassment or from fear of the consequences of a certain action, I don’t really know. I was about age five at the time, and had come into a store with my father. I think it was a pharmacy and he was picking up something at the counter while I browsed a shelf of toys. One of the toys my have been an Indian (A politically incorrect representation of an American Indian.) had a small axe attached to it. I had picked the axe up. It isn’t clear to me–so many years have flown by–but somehow when my Dad was ready to go and called me, the axe ended up in my pocket as I ran to catch up. I knew it was there; I didn’t say anything. All I needed to do was say something like, “I need to put this back, I was playing with it.” But I didn’t. I dropped it in a curb-side trashcan as we went to the car. I felt guilty and that night had terrible dreams about it all.

      Under the category of Lessons Learned: It’s easier to deal with the aftermath of truth than it is the consequences of deception.

      You’ve learned a lot of lessons, too, I gathered from looking over your lovely writings and musing.

      Lord Bless, Keep, Shine upon you and your family. . .


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