Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

It’s Saturday – Time For A Mental Break Since Monday, I’ve made a daily post on the aspects I’ve been using to begin writing a novel. Today is Saturday and I’m going to take a mental break–at least here on the blog.  If you’ve been doing the exercises, you probably should take one, too. (If […]

Facebook Privacy Settings Take Another Step Toward Super Scary I awoke this morning and fired up the Mac to see what was new in the world. That of course led me to Facebook to see who had commented on anything I’ve posted in the past day or so and I couldn’t help but notice a […]

Some people already have Christmas trees up?! Yes, Virginia and everyone else, I already have put up a Christmas tree in my house. Actually, there’s one fully decorated, a Charlie Brown tree on the dining room table (I’ve dedicated the Charlie Brown tree to Claire Fassler-Tiffany, a friend from 7-9th grade in California who has […]

Thanksgiving 2013 – What Are You Thankful For? So we’re counting down to Thanksgiving 2013. And I ask, what are you thankful for this year? So much has changed in my world the past few years. There is much to be thankful for, and many things I should like to leave in the past. But […]

Facebook We Have A Problem–SNAZUed Once Again There is a blog post coming about changes in my life that have been able to happen because of Facebook. But this is going to be a post about how Facebook is messing with me and not for good reason. You see, eight weeks ago today I made […]

NCAA Final Four – 75 Years of True Reality TV Some of my Facebook friends have been railing about how they’re ready for the NCAA men’s basketball tournament to be over.  Well, after today’s two games, and Monday’s final, they’ll have their wish. But let’s not go so fast. Today’s two games and Monday’s National […]

Editor’s Note: From now until Jan 1, 2013, I plan to write a piece here daily on DaddyClaxton.com to say thank you to someone I know for the recognized or unrecognized contributions they have made to my life, that of my family, friends or the general public. Thank You, Joe Beam During my high school […]

Over on Facebook, I’m part of “I Survived KI Sawyer AFB,” and having lots of fun reconnecting with old friends and hearing stories about a place that our government has closed now that the Cold War is over. But in the day, KI Sawyer AFB was an amazing place. And it’s where I feel like […]

I’ve done a lot of things in my professional career, but I have to tell you, running a Kickstarter.com campaign is fast becoming a daily agonizing process but I know in my heart, we’re going to meet our goal and make something very big happen around the world–begin producing a series of Interactive Books for […]

Not every hospital admission has to be a bad thing.  In what now is Day 3 of this adventure, which was caused by a flare up of diverticulitis, I remain hospitalized and my precious, eldest daughter, Chandler, remains at my side here in the Texas Regional Medical Center in Sunnyvale, Texas. Who would have thought […]




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