Archive for the Inspiration Category

Saving Money Ain’t Easy Baby

I told a friend of mine who was very much into watching what she ate, exercised on a regular basis, and loved her size 2 that her spending habits were making her fat. She was a size 12 financially. She’s now a size 2 financially, and she mentioned how hard it was to change her mental attitude of spending. With tough times financial times ahead according to the news, thousands of layoffs and consumer spending is at an all time […]

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Green Materialism: The Big Question

Bill has a friend in town Duncan; who is both an Anthropologist and Native American shaman. I’ve been wondering lately why all these colorful characters have appeared in my life. We got into an intense discussion about the clashing lifestyles between the Anglos and Natives. I am bringing this up as it was the start of the conversation and avoiding a “romantic” view. I grew up in Montana, and have seen the best and worst of the culture convergence.The topic […]

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Impeccable Words of a Friend

Impeccable Words of a Friend

It’s four in the morning and we shared memories; some very old ones that still make us smile, the deep kind of smile you have for a memory. For me, DC is the first time I ventured out of the Montana hills and into an area that would inevitably change the way I lived my life, the views I held, and the way I thought about myself. I stayed with Carolyn, whom I have known for eleven years. We met […]

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My First Blog (awwww)

My First Blog (awwww)

This blog is dedicated to my friend Heather, who was taken from us too soon by random chance. My heart is with the family and friends during this hard time. It’s taught me a lesson though: Make time for the important people in your life, love them, enjoy them, and do all those things in your life that you want to. Stop wondering “when” to get the time, and if you’re too old, too young, too whatever.This is a public […]

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