New in the .journal: .org.15: I Hear a Voice: “You Must Learn to Stand Up.” Looks like it’s about time for another one of those huge life decisions that seem to pop up every five years or so. Hope I don’t screw this one up.
New in the .journal: .org.14: I Have So Much to Lose Here in This Lonely Place. Coming to terms with another year of the .org, I have to wonder just how much longer I can keep on doing this stuff in America without, literally, risking my life. It’s not a time for celebration, once again. Sorry about that.
Today is the twelve-year anniversary of the .org, so … new in the .journal, .org.12: Friendship is Magic. A look back at a year that started out with me in some of the lowest depths of despair I can ever remember feeling, but finishing with me hopeful about The Prostitutes of Lake Wobegon and everything else I have going on in my life right now. It’s intriguing to think about how next year’s anniversary .journal entry will shape up if things keep going forward like they…
New in the .journal for today’s eleven-year anniversary for the .org, .org.11: Boy, your boots can leave a mess. This past year has been incredibly challenging to say the least, and this is as much as I can tell you about it, at least for now. I hope to be able to say more about it later, but for the time being I have to be kind of discreet about a lot of things.
New in the .journal: Climbing the mountain. After finishing the first draft of my first novel yesterday, I thought it was important to look back at my writing and see how far I’ve come, while still recognizing all the hard work I still have to do just for this one project alone. Believe me, I have a lot of work still to do, but after completing such a huge step, it’s hard not to take a step back and appreciate how far I’ve come.