Out of the Blue

Out of the Blue

Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving. – Albert Einstein


Seems as if Einstein was on to something. How about that? An addendum: And if you’re moving backward (on a bicycle or in life), it is probably going to end badly. I was thinking about moving in general this week as I’ve been helping my friend move to the Range from the lower Dakota. I’m not quite sure what she’s […]

Out of the Blue



Is 40 the age when you finally start to feel your age? I’m asking for a friend, of course. In my friend’s experience, you become far more cognizant of your back and your eyes, amongst many other things, at that age. Good question. I realize I’ve been very sports-centric lately, especially football-focused. I blame the dog, wanting to write a […]

Out of the Blue

“… my brain works like an Etch- A- Sketch; even the slightest movement causes it to go completely blank.”


 It’s 3:03 (Thursday) morning and the nagging notion that’s been hanging around all day that there was something I needed to remember to do finally crystallized into the first vague, then irreconcilable realization, that yes, I had indeed forgot… Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content. Username Password Remember Me     Forgot […]

Out of the Blue



 Isn’t funny how time seems to move at a dizzying pace when you’re enjoying yourself, yet it creeps inexorably when you’re miserable. It’s a phenomenon I’m all too familiar with because it goes hand-in-hand with depression. Fleeting good times, … Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content.


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