Learning to make adjustments…

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com The last few days I have fallen into a fairly easy rhythm. After getting knocked off track for a few days, I've gotten back in to the groove of my workout routine, the reading is for my coursework is going well, and work has slowed down enough so as to … Continue reading Learning to make adjustments…

An eye-opening exercise…

Photo by Vlada Karpovich on Pexels.com I attempted to take a bit of a day off day. I was somewhat successful. The reason I was only somewhat successful is because I still ended up writing a couple of articles for the paper, as well as continuing on with my media tracking exercise for school. This … Continue reading An eye-opening exercise…

All in

Photo by Craig Adderley on Pexels.com One of my favourite shows on television of late is SEAL Team. The show follows the lives of Bravo Team, one of the teams in the elite SEAL Development Group (DEVGRU). Led by Bravo-1, a SEAL by the name of Jason Hayes, the team takes on missions around the … Continue reading All in

Finding growth in challenge…

Photo by Olya Kobruseva on Pexels.com As usual, this last week has been steady, if not overly busy, at least compared to some weeks. Work has slowed down some, which has had me focusing my efforts on my next, and final, twentieth century history assignment for the current course I am working on. The assignment … Continue reading Finding growth in challenge…

Book review: The Night Fire by Michael Connelly.

Michael Connelly has done it again, with his hit novel "The Night Fire." A decades old murder, with the suspect still on the street. A more contemporary case, where a homeless person living in a tent is burned alive. A murder-book hidden away for decades brought to light by the widow of the cop who … Continue reading Book review: The Night Fire by Michael Connelly.

Media Wednesday: Author Review; Richard Castle

Nathan Fillion plays Richard Castle in the ABC Television series 'Castle". I'm a fan of crime fiction. Michael Connelly and Jeffery Deaver especially. However, I'm currently reading an actual book written by a fictional character... Yes, I know that the last statement doesn't make any sense but let me explain. The fictional character who wrote … Continue reading Media Wednesday: Author Review; Richard Castle