Telling stories is the only thing that machines cannot automate.

Walking the dog Automation requires a complex series of if-this-then-this, stories are not that simple. Photo by Malachi Brooks on Unsplash Daily walks with the dog through the neighborhood I will engage neighbors in conversation. Depending on what they are doing the conversations can be as simple as “hello.” Other topics that open communication “How long have you […]

Walking the dog in the morning is another writing muse.

Writing Inspired By I walk with no music and only have my mind thinking about writing. Photo by Peter Aschoff on Unsplash There is a lovely home at the end of the street which has a long driveway lined with trees that are in bloom this time of year, it is a truly peaceful sight. There was a song […]

What It Might Be Like Passing Family History From Fur Kid to Fur Kid

I imagined Elvis speaking with Misty one day. Photo by Laith Abushaar on Unsplash What the conversation might be between a Blue Doberman male and a Fawn Doberman female after we adopted her, and they are hanging out. I imagined Elvis speaking with Misty one day. What I must share with you will take me some time, […]

How to use silo working to protect you digital identity

Writing Inspired By Thinking Silo thinking shows you how to spread your digital identity around. Photo by Miguel Bernardo on Unsplash Silo thinking shows you how to spread your digital identity around. Silo thinking distributes your digital identity across many platforms instead of concentrating it into fewer data banks. It is the only way to insulate your data information […]

Did You know that your Digital Breadcrumbs are everywhere?

Writing Inspired By Thinking Every digital device that you use has the potential to collect your digital bread crumbs. Photo by Joshua Sortino on Unsplash The name breadcrumbs originated in the famous Brothers Grimm fairy tale, Hansel and Gretel where they leave behind a trail of breadcrumbs, so they do not get lost in the forest. Their […]

Who Do You Trust Today And Why?

The first appearance of trust in people’s life is the trust they have in their parents. Photo by Liane Metzler on Unsplash Trust Thoughts The first appearance of trust in people’s life is the trust they have in their parents. The child trust and believes the parent will take care of them looking out for their wellbeing. […]

The Four Tradesman And There Sons

The passing of a trade to the next generation still exist. Photo by Milivoj Kuhar on Unsplash The picture about is pretty close to what happened in our kitchen, starting in July 2020. Three things we accomplished during this Pandemic so far. Purchase a home, remodel the home, and moved into the home. The purchase and the move […]

Just think about it — People, Politics, Technology, and Religion.

Writing Inspired By Thinking Everybody Wants To Rule the their World Photo by The New York Public Library on Unsplash Politics, Technology, and Religion Three aspects of People living on this globe, we call earth, Politics, Technology, and Religion. Before we arrived here, each was meaningless. After we leave, the jury is out on that one. The before we […]

Opia: The Ambiguous Intensity of Eye Contact

Writing Inspired By: Word from John Koenig’s Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows Photo by Zach Vessels on Unsplash Inspired By Another Writer After reading one of Christopher Robin’s article, “The Entanglement of Fates”, I was off to binge watching one after another of John Koenig’s “Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows” videos. I began watching a series of John Koenig’s “Dictionary of […]