Monthly Archives: June 2016

Random Better Thoughts 2

By | June 29, 2016

It happened! Y’all, I am so thrilled at this moment! It’s awesome when a plan comes together, and today, stars aligned, chips fell where I told them to (not just where they may), and Humpty Dumpty put himself back together again! Remember when I wrote Random Better Thoughts 1, and I said I was going… Read More »

Emerging Threat of Fake Online Reviews

By | June 25, 2016

After researching and writing about the light-hearted topic of death for the past few weeks, something serious has come to my attention. I need to put down the lollipops and gumdrops today and get real with you all for a moment. There has been a subversive movement growing right underneath our eyes, a force silently threatening… Read More »

Is Death Really Inevitable?

By | June 3, 2016

As early as three and a half billion years ago, life happened. Unless, of course, you are a Creationist, but for the sake of this little thought experiment, indulge me, will you? Earth was just a bunch of matter and energy doing matter and energy stuff, and then, somehow or another, some of that stuff… Read More »