Day 17. Been reading and listening a lot so far. I have Audible to thank for that. And of course, I thank Mr. Willink, Mr. Babin, Mr. Peterson, and Mr. Michler for their words of wisdom. I thought unload what I have in memory today just to see where I stand. These are some of... Continue Reading →


Day 16. To be an Ace is to be relied upon, as an Ace up someone's sleeve. We are ready to make adjustments and to take charge if necessary when other entities cannot be relied upon. To be an Ace is to recognize that we actually do not require the participation of anyone else, nor... Continue Reading →


Day 15. Something I didn't tell you about last night, was we finished a liter of Double Black before I drove home, in the state between tipsy and drunk, where memory fades but function remains. And I will never attempt this again. It would have been okay if I was the only one in the... Continue Reading →


Day 14. I was going to put the title 'Rock', but I figured I should just write about how this day is, as the title goes, a reset day. Reset, meaning I can eat whatever I want. Reset, meaning I rest today. Reset, meaning I don't necessarily have to write 1000 words today, nor do... Continue Reading →


Day 13. My head isn't really hurting, but it feels like it may go there. Kind of like a cold coming on, probably also because I'm pretty tired. I made the mistake of running/walking out in the noon sun, and that just beats down on my brain and the rest of my body, leaving me... Continue Reading →


Day 12. I talked about Foundation here, hence the featured image for this post. So this coming Sunday, we're to kick off a new set of messages centered on John Maxwell's book, Beyond Talent. We're going to take on a chapter each month, and though I wasn't necessarily moved by the book when I was... Continue Reading →


Day 11. So a friend of mine reached out to me through Facebook Messenger a couple of weeks ago and asked me if I was a pastor. I said yes and asked how I could help him, and he said he was wondering if I could go over to a civic group he was a... Continue Reading →


Day 10. It started a month ago. My good uncle David passed away. He was confined and sent to Intensive Care after having some trouble breathing. He didn't have the virus that's had a ball last year up to this year, according to tests. The general consensus was towards the negative as we were already... Continue Reading →


Day 9. Trying to hit 1000 words here in Ferguson, Guisad, before we set off to go home. Today, I've needed to sacrifice one or a couple of tasks, because I slept at around 2am early morning, and consequently woke up at around 9am. I had to watch over our dog, Akira, who just gave... Continue Reading →

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