About

I completely support the Constitution of the United States and will defend it and the flag of my nation to the death. You might say I’m a Ronald Reagan conservative.

I am a United States Marine, out of uniform, disabled due to injuries sustained during my service to and for the people of this great nation. I am a Viet Nam Vet. I am a Cuban Missile Crises Vet.

I hold a Master of Accountancy from USF where I also taught for ten years for both the department of accountancy as well as the department of information science.

I am a writer, a poet and novelist. I have been published in trade magazines and look forward to having my first novel published within the not too distant future.

I am married to a wonderful woman and am blessed with many close and warm acquaintances.

My wife and I own alpacas. We shear them once a year and sell the fleece or use it in our own products. We share a store front with close friends in Georgia.

We share our home with two Great Pyrenees who were rescued from a puppy mill in Northern Missouri. We love them to pieces. Sadly, we had to put down our Beagle Mix who we found on the highway about 13 years ago. She was a great dog and we miss her. I dread the day when we lose the big guys.

11 thoughts on “About”

    1. There are many times I wish it all had been different. I wish there had been a mentor. I wish I was not affected by PTSD, or events that took place when I was a child. The fact remains that my childhood, my being a United States Marine, Vietnam, and so much more led me on a winding path which has not reached its end. It is very hard to look back. At more than one point in my life I sat with a pistol in my hands thinking to end it. I’m still here.

    1. Wow. Talk about a fast response. Thanks! I am a bit sleepy and was hoping I was making sense in what I wrote. I think we are all self-taught and continue to be as human beings, so good for you for having the desire to do that and to share with the world. Thank you for sharing!

  1. I wish to thank you for following me and for serving our country. God bless you for having served and also a disability. It’s not easy. I know God has a plan for you. This blog is amazing. It is an honor to know you and all you have endured. Bless you my true friend. Love Jackie

  2. I love your description here, and I look forward to reading your blog. I want to say, “Thank you so much” for your service to our country, as well as, maintaining your high regard for conservatism and patriotism. As a child of the 80s, I have a special place in my heart for all things Reagan-eske.πŸ˜‰ Oh, we also have one more thing in common: I love in Georgia, too! 😊

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