Starting over

reset

Bit of a delay in writing this post; since my last, we finished my friend’s decks and we moved into a downtown condo. And then had bunch of family come into town for a visit. Life has been extremely busy. I even had another post almost finished and left it, and a software update arrived and I restarted my computer without saving it. White folk problems.

What I can say is it has been ridiculously busy and stressful, and I don’t know how I would have done it without the added boost of going on testosterone supplementation. To be clear: I’m no ‘roid monkey nor do I intend to bulk up or use the hormone to become some hypermasculine stereotype. The supplement is intended to simply raise my T levels to normal. What should be normal for a 54 year old man might be subjective as we all lose T production as we age, but it seemed mine dropped lower than expected.

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Model T

 

Testosterone-21As many people know, I’m pretty open to new experiences and experimenting with life. This has provided both great rewards and unmitigated disasters. My latest foray into the novel unknown has aspects of both middle-aged desperation and intense curiosity, and by god I’m glad I did it.

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A writer’s life

 

Dark and Promised LandI had the pleasure of doing a reading at a large reading group a few days ago; one that my wife and a few friends attend. I enjoyed the reading and so did they, and the following question and answer was very enlightening. While they all claim to have enjoyed it, as a writer I was surprised to hear the various interpretations and opinions about the novel, A Dark and Promised Land and how different folks went deeper into the story than others.

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