This morning I took my dog on a walk through my hometown of Shingle Springs, CA. While Ghost Towns lists it as “semi-ghost” I assure, it is not! Though most of the goldrush towns in this area did fall by the wayside when the goldmining ran dry, Shingle Springs survived because it diversified. You see,Continue reading “A return visit to my first cemetery (Shingle Springs, CA)”
Maybe it’s the American in me, but when it came to churches, I’ve always figured bigger was better. But not a megachurch built like a Bass Pro Shop.
I started this blog when my dog Buzz died unexpectedly one night. It was meant to be about dog health and whatnot. Learning about and implementing all the healthy happy things I planned to do with my K9 companion, but never did.
For some, not even life in the sunniest state in America is reason enough to get out of bed and seize the day, but one Army veteran is changing that, one soldier at a time.
Early this morning I lost my best friend. Thing is, I didn’t realize he was my best friend until I looked back over the seven years I had with him.
As stated by the ancient Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” In this same vein, sometimes a life full of purpose begins with a single caring deed.