Tuesday, November 15, 2016.  I wasn’t really sure that it would ever happen — me being back online.  On my own computer.  In my own home.  Many many many long LONG miles south and west of Fargo, ND where my last post was written.

Thank you all for your patience!  My thoughts are certainly not running in anything like a straight line (yet), so this is simply a bare bones check in. I feel I have lived through several lifetunes – Ha ha ha!  If THAT isn’t some kind of typo!  I MEAN….  LIFETIMES since my fingers last touched these keys.

For now — Hello!  I am glad you are here.  I am glad I am here.  More later!!  Peace be with us all, the world over.

Now for a little JAZZ!  Glad to have music access back, as well!


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Here is my first book out in ebook format as it provides an outline of the conditions of my malevolent childhood.  Click here to view or purchase–

Story Without Words:  How Did Child Abuse Break My Mother?

It lists for $2.99 and can be read by Amazon Prime customers without charge.  A daring book – for daring readers – about a really tough subject.


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