Thank you for stopping by. I am so glad you’re here!
Back in the days I went to an entrepreneur university, they drilled it into our heads that we all had to have domains named after ourselves. That way it would be easy for people to find us. Now, years later, instead of dumping the idea, I use it as a useful place to direct my peeps, friends and family see all the different, nutty things I’m into. So, if you’re interested, grab a soda (or whatever poison you’re in to) and check out what I’m about. This page’ll list some important updates to the other pages to assure you I didn’t just put this up and forget it and here you are years later. It will also help you to get to the most recent stuff faster by checking here first.
“That which you believe becomes your world” is a line from the beautiful movie Somewhere In Time, based on the book by Richard Matheson. It reflects how important our outlook is on our outcome. Our beliefs shape our world, whether we believe it or not. It is the basis for making science work, making magic work – even for the very existence of creation. But, in order to create our own worlds, we have to own them, accept, acknowledge, shape and embrace them with all our heart and soul.
The website was down for a bit and neglected for a while. Moving twice was traumatic and disruptive enough that it upset all my plans to continue working on the website. Now that things are mostly settled down, I plan to take little bits of time here and there to revise and update everything here. My earlier thoughts of “Early Me, Working Me and Creative Me” pages is probably going to get thrown into the trash heap and rethought as well. No big loss since I never had a chance to even populate them in the first place.
Updating the entire look of the website.
The “Early Me” section will be a slower-than-the-rest-of-the-‘site project because so much stuff is hard to get at since they’re packed in heavy boxes I can’t get to. Photos would have to be scanned and will have to wait for some free time, which right now I have very little of.
“Working Me” will be updated slightly faster than Early Me as I get a moment.
“Creative Me” will be the most often updated at this point simply because my projects and interests have been so many and are in a constant state of flux.