Thoughts of the week

The holiday season is coming to an end and a new year is just around the corner.  This by far has been the toughest year I have ever faced.  Filled with loss and pain.  It has also been filled with growth and hope.

We have all experienced a major loss.  The first year of facing birthdays, holidays and anniversaries after the pain of losing someone close is always a tough one.  The grieving and painful realization of how different life is going to be without them.  Traditions may need to be altered and the family dynamic may be completely different.

Most of us have been prepared for these larger shakeups with the Continue reading “Thoughts of the week”

The Line of Departure:

In the Corps, we have a term “the Line of Departure”.  It refers to the starting point for an attack on an enemy position.  It’s your last chance to get your shit together or make changes before the attack kicks off.  Well, this weekend the line was crossed for me.  I had my first event as an ambassador to Mission 22 and The Weekly Fight.  I made my 1st assault on an enemy that has been viciously attacking me and so many of my brothers and sisters in uniform.

Saturday, Nov 11th, I attended the Jeeps in the Vineyard hosted by Grass Roots Jeep Club.  Although cold, the weather at Valenzano Family Winery was beautiful.  It was an amazing showing at this Veteran’s day event. Continue reading “The Line of Departure:”

Stretching Exercises

I will be out in Las Vegas this week for the SEMA and AAPEX shows.  Hoping to get some insight on my overlanding rig.   Networking and fact gathering is the agenda this week.

So I am leaving you with an entry from Science of the Mind monthly magazine.  The following comes from “Creative Mind and Success” 1st published in 1919.

Stretching Exercises:

Because We are limited is no reason why the Universe should have limitation.  Our limitation is only our unbelief; life can give us a big thing or a little thing.  When it gives us a little thing, it is not limited Continue reading “Stretching Exercises”