Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Law of Attraction Lies Within

I have always been a big fan of books like The Secret and The Power of the Spoken Word.  There is a lot to be said for attracting what we desire towards us.  These books, and the theory of attraction … Continue reading

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An Introduction (Part 4) to “Announcing a Flight Delay” — A New Book

During those sleepless periods over one or another of the world’s oceans, I often thought of writing a book detailing my experiences.  It would be the perfect travel manual for the neophyte global voyager and at the same time forge … Continue reading

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An Introduction (Part 3) to “Announcing a Flight Delay” — A New Book

Frequent air travel, at the road warrior pace, becomes just another job over time.  The only difference for us is that our work hours are incredibly longer, the effects on our bodies are harsher, and everything in our lives has … Continue reading

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An Introduction (Part 2) to “Announcing a Flight Delay” — A New Book

are a strange breed; and most flight attendants will tell you that we are actually our own subspecies.  In fact, I have overheard several flight crew members refer to us as “air royalty.”  We live in the air, typically flying … Continue reading

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An Introduction (Part 1) to “Announcing a Flight Delay” — A New Book

You know me all too well.  The flight is completely overbooked and there is a wait list for people to get aboard the last flight headed out to Chicago for the night.  You are a top-tier frequent flier and are … Continue reading

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A Life Lesson from a Hound Dog’s Perspective

It has been well below the freezing point in Colorado Springs for the past five days or so.  Normally that would not be an issue; allowing me to remain indoors and enjoy some reflective writing.  However, Xena (my Plott’s Hound and … Continue reading

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What Do You Want on Your Tombstone?

Two weeks ago I went to visit my father’s grave at the cemetery.  It was difficult to comprehend that sixteen years had elapsed since his passing.  I paid my respects and then went up the hill to visit my maternal … Continue reading

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