December 2010

Tim Ferris Diet and the Four Hour Phenomenon: Fact, Fun or Fiction?

December 28, 2010

Image by hyku via Flickr OK, I never knew how much debate there was about Tim Ferris and his books until I started doing a bit of research this past week. And wow, it was like opening up Pandora’s box. Who ever knew there could be so much debate around the topic of weather Tim […]

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What I think about when I think about running

December 13, 2010

Image by stephenpasquini via Flickr What do I think about when I think about running? I am not sure if there is a way to put it into words. It is more of a sense, of calm, of feeling alive. It is being outside on a sunny day, running behind my 3 year old daughter, […]

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“For Loving”

December 10, 2010

My daughter and" I decided to take a walk together to the lighthouse after I picked her up from pre-school. We watched the big waves, the sunset and a rainbow setting over the harbor. Layla climbed the small Cyprus tree and threw rocks into the puddles, while dogs passing by tickled her nose. We had […]

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A Warrior’s Son

December 10, 2010

I’ve been lax in writing in my blog because I’ve been spending a lot of time working on my novel, A Warrior’s Son, which I hope to have published in January.  It’s about a 13 year old boy who grows up while his dad serves three tours of duty in Iraq.  While it could be […]

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Into the Wild

December 2, 2010

Today, I began reading the book “Into the wild” by Jon Krakauer.  I had previously seen the movie several years ago when it was released into theaters and I enjoyed it.  I found it to be a tragic story about a young kid who in his search for meaning got lost along the way. As […]

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