I listen to a lot of the lectures talks from Dr. Jordan B. Peterson and one person he loves to talk about is Aleksandr Solzhenitzyn, a Soviet gulag survivor. Solzhenitzyn's life was rather extraordinary in that he studies math and physics at Rostov State University in Russia, was an artillery officer in WWII, then was … Continue reading One Day In The Life of Ivan Denisovich by Aleksandr Solzhenitzyn
Happy Saint Patrick's Day! Although I'm sure those who celebrated did so this past weekend, today is the actual holiday. Be safe and be careful and enjoy the the holiday!
Major League pitchers and catchers have officially reported for all 30 clubs at Spring Training with the first full squad workouts set for tomorrow and college baseball is officially underway for the 2021 season. It's that time of year again baby!! I now have access to ESPN+ so I'm finally able to watch more games … Continue reading Baseball Survives COVID
After months and months of excuses, fighting the lack of motivation, and letting the overwhelming task get the better of me, I've done it. I completed the second draft of my second novel, Sirens. While there is still much more to do, I've taken another major step toward the completion of the novel. I don't … Continue reading The Second Draft is DONE
I don't know about you, but I'm getting pretty tired of living through so many major "once-in-a-lifetime" events in the course of my life. I've lived through 9/11, the Afghanistan and Iraq wars, the Chicago Cubs and White Sox both winning the World Series, a pandemic, mass riots, and now, I've lived through people storming … Continue reading 08Jan2020