Monthly Archives: July 2016

Little Libraries – Painting Day

I’ve been busy the last couple of days finishing up the wood working for the little library project at church and today was the final all church work day on the project.  It was mostly a painting day.  Here are … Continue reading

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Friday Literature Notes – Tolkien

Tolkien’s famous poem starts: “Not all who wander are lost.” Which is very true.  Some of us are just looking for our glasses. More insights next week, Andrew

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Thought for the Week – Airplanes

A good landing is one you can walk away from. A great landing is when they can reuse the airplane. Wishing you great landings, Andrew

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Looking Back

I’ve been working my novel, so far I am up to about 8,500 words of notes.  Actual story, about 1,500.  At this rate I figure I’ll have to have about 200,000 words of notes with maybe a 50,000 word book.  … Continue reading

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