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Spring is the perfect time to drive out to the forest with the windows rolled all the way down, with a tent and a sleeping bag and all the other gear that goes along with such a trip. It’s the … Continue reading
Looking back on our lives is one thing most of us have in common, I would imagine. We look back on memorable and painful events, we look back at our families, our loved ones… people we have lost. We look … Continue reading
Yes, I have Vampires on the brain. I have spent most of my free time lately working on my newest project, the Vampire Hunting Kit. Now some of you may balk at this, but Vampire Kits go back to the … Continue reading
For those who do not follow or believe in Astrology, this post will have little meaning for you. For those of us who believe in planetary influences and traits that have been handed down to us by the stars and … Continue reading
Well, the new year has come and gone. Another of my resolutions was to begin taking my woodworking career seriously. By this I mean my online business, The Green Dragon. Over the past few days I have turned out six … Continue reading
It’s interesting to see where your mind takes you when it is lulled back into familiar routine. Today at my job I had the old song, ‘Auld Lang Syne’ stuck in my head. At least, I had the melody and … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again, the crazy Christmas shopping rush. I live by a mall, so that’s always evident to me as soon as it begins. The holidays don’t just bring traffic and Salvation Army bell ringers, if you’re … Continue reading
So I’ve finally made it to 40. That seems like such an impossible age to be when I can recall taking the Peter Pan oath in 6th grade. Time keeps slipping away. So yesterday was spent in the French Quarter … Continue reading
So we were on another book run through the French Quarter and Uptown today. I left books at the Maple Street Book Shop, a fine book store, and at Milk Studio on Decatur Street. Milk Studio has been around for over five … Continue reading
I managed to cross state lines and get another book into an indie bookstore! If you’re in Mississippi go and check out Bay Books on Main street. The owner is very accomodating and she has two very cool cats that … Continue reading