This assignment was to reflect upon or tell a story about trust, however the challenge was in the layout or form of an acrostic using internal rhyme. My subject was Sir Lancelot who had a love affair with his Queen Guinevere and their betrayal to King Arthur. This story is epic and as grand as … Continue reading A Royal Affair
The aisles were congested and the air was thick with humidity with what I guessed was human day-old sweat, as most planes tend to be when boarding a long haul flight like this. I was tired and exhausted and not really looking forward to the next eight hours to my final destination of Delhi, India. … Continue reading 36B Shanghai to Delhi
I truly believe in the value of new beginnings, fresh starts, do-over’s, mulligan’s and game-on’s. Everyone and everything deserves a second chance or have the opportunity for change. The thing I think that most people forget sometimes in order to achieve change we must acknowledge the past or the history that has brought us to … Continue reading Here’s to New Endings in 2014
"In 1963, Edward Lorenz presented a hypotheses to the New York Academy of Science. His theory, stated simply, was that: A butterfly could flap its wings and set molecules of air in motion, which would move other molecules of air, in turn moving more molecules of air - eventually capable of starting a hurricane on … Continue reading The Butterfly Effect ~ Andy Andrews
It's been awhile since I've blogged, life has been kinda set on cruise control. The ebb and flow of chaos to sanity somewhat controlled and unremarkable, and yet today I feel the need to blog. Perhaps life is becoming more stable? In some ways yes, other ways not so much. I think I'm entering a … Continue reading Once Upon a Time…..