5010 Madison Circle

I’ve never written about the guys. I shouldn’t anyway since it probably violates HIPAA and ZIPPA and ZIPPO and BIC and I think a couple of Canadian Fish and Game laws if I put my thoughts about working in an assisted living house out on the interwebs. So, let’s redirect here and write a post … Continue reading 5010 Madison Circle

Soup to Nuts

I’d say I’m about a week away from my podcast launch. The process, from soup to nuts, has been pretty seamless from the GoFundMe campaign through until this afternoon when I made a dry run recording. Barring any unforeseen issues, I expect to have Season 1 Episode 1 of the My Zen Brain podcast out … Continue reading Soup to Nuts

Busted Brain Journal: Jitters

Today I read a few blog posts penned by friends. For both of these FB friends (hopefully they will be more than just FB friends before the end of the year but more about that later,) they were personal experience posts because they are personal experience blogs. I go back and forth about whether My … Continue reading Busted Brain Journal: Jitters

Poking my Head Out

Hey there. I have no real reason for a blog post today, except to tell you there’s some pretty big doings on planet MZB (Duh. My Zen Brain, silly.) First, I thought I should probably say thank you again for the money from the GoFundMe campaign. I’m about 2 weeks away from a launch. A … Continue reading Poking my Head Out

Empty Calories (Or how I learned to stop feeling sorry for myself and get to gettin’)

Okay, so the title of this post is deceptive. Not the “Empty Calories” part of the title. That part is straight forward, or as straight forward as two words with absolutely no context can be. I mean the “(Or how I learned to stop feeling sorry for myself and get to getting’) part. Because you … Continue reading Empty Calories (Or how I learned to stop feeling sorry for myself and get to gettin’)

I Lack Discipline? You Lack Compassion

A friend of mine sent me a link to a Facebook post that everyone should read. I’ve provided a screenshot of it here so you can read her words of wisdom. Now, I get it. The motivation behind this phrase is painfully obvious: “If you don’t come out of this with a new skill, you … Continue reading I Lack Discipline? You Lack Compassion

Ezekiel 25:17: Deuces

Alright, this one isn’t about Ezekiel 25:17, but I thought Sam Jackson would be a perfect herald back into my narrative of the Bible. Let’s start at the beginning of Ezekiel. Moses drops us off, rather abruptly really, right in the wake of Joe and his entire family expiring, “but the Iraelites were fruitful and … Continue reading Ezekiel 25:17: Deuces

Busted Brain Journal: December

I debated using the format where two voices, both in my head, are talking to each other for this post. It’s always pretty much the same. One voice in my Id, my emotional side, the one that cries at movies about loss and transition and emotional evolution like Dead Poets Society (that side also bawls … Continue reading Busted Brain Journal: December

Tiny Blossom

From three rows back from the altar, I stared into the little girl’s eyes and into her heart, I smiled at her smile as tears streamed down my face. Without thinking, took my father’s hand in my left and my mother’s hand in my right. The choir sang a stream of songs, one intertwined with … Continue reading Tiny Blossom

Busted Brain Journal: Frozen Alligator Fauna

Busted Brain Journal: Frozen Alligator Fauna I chose that title because the ones I considered were just pat and cliché and this is my first post in quite awhile, so why not? I assure you, no alligators were frozen, burned alive or otherwise maimed during the course of this blog post. Well, except for Larry. … Continue reading Busted Brain Journal: Frozen Alligator Fauna