Bloganuary the Twenty-Ninth

Welcome back to Bloganuary, the daily encouragement from WordPress for bloggers to post something each day. Today’s prompt asks: How are you changing the world? I remember, as a kid, watching both the Winter and Summer Olympic Games and thinking... It's too much to have both Olympics in the same year. It's too much of a … Continue reading Bloganuary the Twenty-Ninth



Because today is Lucky Penny Day, our Sunday Scribblings prompt for this week is Penny. If you decide to write a post based on this week’s prompt, be sure to go back here and share your link so everyone can see how you interpreted things! Here’s what I did with it… The penny laid on the sidewalk throughout … Continue reading Penny

What’s Old Is New Again

I'm back y'all. Did you miss me? Don't answer that. I'd like to just assume that you did and that you've clicked on this post because you have seen sitting by your computer for weeks just waiting for new content from your friendly neighborhood Single Guy. So I'm gonna just assume that. Okay? I'm glad … Continue reading What’s Old Is New Again

Question of the Week #146

If you knew a thermonuclear holocaust would occur in precisely 20 years and no one would survive it, how would you change your present life? I kind of feel like I've answered this sort of question before. If you know you're going to die in so many days... Yeah, I get it. I wouldn't change … Continue reading Question of the Week #146

Question of the Week #115

Given the ability to project yourself into the past but not return, would you do so? Where would you go and what would you try to accomplish if you knew you might change the course of history? I don't think I'd want to do it. I mean, lets put aside the fact that every little … Continue reading Question of the Week #115

Question of the Week #109

Since adolescence, in what three-year period do you feel you experienced the most personal growth and change? Probably 2019-2021... I feel like those are gonna be some really good years. Really, though, I'd say the years I'm in right now. I'm in a great place right now. I'm finally doing something that I feel like … Continue reading Question of the Week #109

Question of the Week #94

On a busy street you are approached apologetically by a well-dressed stranger who asks for a dollar to catch a bus and make a phone call. He says he has lost his wallet. What would you do? If approached in the same way by a haggard-looking stranger claiming to be hungry and unable to find … Continue reading Question of the Week #94

A Letter to the President

I've never taken politics seriously. I mean, I take seriously the fact that there are men and women in positions of power throughout our country who make decisions that keep our government running. Sort of. The part I've never really taken seriously is the part where we, as citizens of the United States, are encouraged … Continue reading A Letter to the President

Question of the Week #77

If you knew that in one year you would die suddenly, would you change anything about the way you are now living? Wow. This question seems eerily similar to Question of the Week #75. Except that was about thinking you were going to die and then finding out a few days later you actually weren't. … Continue reading Question of the Week #77

Sticking to Your Convictions

Hey, kids… I’m out of town this week. Finally taking that vacation I’ve been thinking about for eight years. Anyway, while I’m gone some friends have agreed to write some guest posts for my blog. Today’s post comes from Alex. I asked her the question, what is one experience that has shaped the person you … Continue reading Sticking to Your Convictions