July 2015

Bryce’s Inkubator – Issue #244

Bryce’s Inkubator – Issue #244 Notes from the 365ink Publisher The next election is pretty far off yet and already I’m not sure if I’m going to make it without popping a vessel in my brain. I try not to look. It’s like saying don’t look at a car accident. How can you not. Especially […]

Curb Appeal

Curb Appeal by Sara Carpenter from Steve’s Ace Home & Garden This last weekend while relaxing in the pool, I had the opportunity to chat with a good friend about her house that she was preparing to put on the market. In typical Sara fashion, I offered to stop by afterwards and provide some tips […]

Be Thankful – Say Thank You

Be Thankful – Say Thank You by Matt Booth I’ve had enough of ungratefulness. Say thank you for gosh sakes! Say it like you mean it. Be thankful for everyone and everything that has been sent your way. Being thankful and saying thank you unlocks the fullness of life. Saying thank you turns what you […]

It’s Here … Somewhere

It’s Here … Somewhere by Pam Kress-Dunn Unlike American movie stars and models, as I age, I’m not going to pretend that 65 is the new 37. Time is marching on, and it takes a little bit away every day, every year, no matter how we try to smooth things over, tighten things up, deft […]

Nathaniel Steepleton’s Secret Friend

Nathaniel Steepleton’s Secret Friend By Bob Gelms Nathaniel Steepleton, Thaniel for short, has two situations that have affected his life in a variety of ways. One, he has a secret friend who becomes known during the goings-on in Natasha Pulley’s splendid debut novel The Watchmaker of Filigree Street and two, he has a condition known […]

Beverages for Your Daily Ride

Beverages for Your Daily Ride by Bill Kuttler, DDS On my recent RAGBRAI adventure I had ample opportunity to ponder beverage choices where hydration is a constant factor and part of the biking experience.  Water, sports drinks, soda, and of course the occasional use of alcohol were all options.  The impact of beverages choices contributes […]