Today Austin Macauley has made today publication day for my newly released book I Albert Peabody. As you my loyal readers are aware I have been working on this project for the better part of two years now. I am hopeful it will succeed.
Category Archives: My Experiences
A New Beginning
Sunday morning my step daughter gave birth to Ethan James Viscario. He quite literally is a miracle.
I truly think he looks like his father.
Happy Publishing Day
Today Austin Macauley has made today publication day for my newly released book I Albert Peabody. As you my loyal readers are aware I have been working on this project for the better part of two years now.
I watched a Nova series the other night that dealt with among other things our sense of consciousness. The entire episodes, which I believe is a multipart series, deals with the human brain. It has always been fascinating how we as humans are able to study ourselves and come up with theories about how or why we behave.
Review of A Man’s Passion
My loyal readers I have just received my first official review of my book, A Man’s Passion.
Red Dress Event
Today is Missing Indigenous Peoples’ day. There’s a display dedicated at the casino I work for. There are red dresses hanging along a wire line that gives homage to all the young girls and women murdered or missing in the United States. In Washington State alone there are seventy-three such victims.
I Albert Peabody
I have excellent news to share. My next book, I Albert Peabody is now scheduled for release in May 26, 2023. As the back cover states.
I got home from my tax person this afternoon. My stepdaughter was out by the newly planted Cherry tree near my trailer and I went outside to greet her. I could sense there was something about her that didn’t ring right but let it pass as I commented that it was a good thing I had money on my credit card to pay for this year’s taxes.
Oklahoma or Bust: Native American Museum
When Sandra asked me in December to list all the places I wished to visit, the American Indian Museum was on that list. I had heard about it and wanted to see it firsthand. The day following our visit to the National Memorial, she drove me to this place, which is actually called First Americans Museum and Cultural Center.
Oklahoma Or Bust: Anecdotes
Before I take you to the National Memorial, I want to give you my loyal readers a taste of my uncle’s experiences through his own words. Naturally, his years of experience is a testament to his wisdom, but it is after all is said and done tainted by his own morphed ideals, morals and expectations that life generally threw at him and his family including my mom.