Wednesday, February 27, 2008

The Storm

I am not one to usually quake in fear in the face of a thunderstorm. But let my tell ya, if you have seen what hit our house the other night... whew it was intense to say the least. Let me paint a picture...

The night was quiet and through out the house not a creature stirred. Darkness had descended upon the land hours earlier. Unknown to all, on the horizon a storm built in a hellish fury that seeked to destroy all. The little town of Leeds slept lazily in its path, unaware of the darkness that was about to descend upon it. The mighty storm broke upon the town in the early morning hours. Rain descended from the heaven in torrents that were unstoppable. Hail the size small boulders struck the earth leaving the land pocked marked for years to come. It was truly a storm of the ages. Trees ripped from the ground as if twigs; the very soil itself was lifted and thrown about. Then the very sky itself dipped down and wreaked havoc, it was as if the devil had took his finger and drug it through the land leaving utter chaos as it went.

Ok... so I'm taking a little creative liberty here, but you get my point, but I digress.

When dawn broke and the golden orb painted the land in its light... the damage had been done. All about the country side the fury of the storm was evident. As I arose from my slumber and left my bastion of protection and ventured out I was amazed. A mighty tree had fallen and crushed the only exit I had from my homestead. In its lofty boughs it had caught a power sorce, the electrical current arcing in bolts the size of a mans leg. It was potentially hazardous, I noted, as the fried carcasses of the truly unlucky travelers who had tried to pass the treacherous path lay in my way . So who was I to try to pass, with great reluctance and full of sorrow I decided to not go to work. With my heart heavy and nowhere to go I turned at went back to my dwelling and back to bed.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008


Life as I see it sucks sometimes. The question I have been asking myself lately is "Exactly how much can a person take until a person loses it?" Good question aye. I guess my answer is alot. Only time will tell. You know humans are the only species that have the ability to worry and stress. Kinda makes you think about things. Dogs dont really worry about things, generally speaking all animals are easy going. I mean dont walk into a cave and ask a sleeping bear how things are going. Thats not wise to do. An animal needs three things, food, water, and procreate to keep there species going... thats it. They dont have any amenities they dont worry about things. They take life one day at a time. Maybe we should do the same. We have no idea what the morrow may bring. So why worry about it. But in the end that is easier said than done.

Sunday, February 17, 2008


I am the most unusual sort when it comes to writing. I love to write but however I do not like writing about real life. I live real life everyday so why would I want to write about it. Sure I may write about my day or something that impressed me but I just might write something off the cuff. And if I write about my day I may write it in a story format or whatever comes to mind. I love creative writing I guess you could say, anything that requires the use of my imagination.

A little about me... well that could take awhile to do so I guess I will just cover some of the basics, the need to know stuff. Like you'll probably never hear my write about my job, I mean it sucks all jobs suck and mine isn't any better. So why cover that here I am going to spend my time writing about something worth while. I am a huge video gamer I have an Xbox 360, it is my child I love it and protect it and will cherish it forever. Thats really not an under statement either. I love to go camping and the outdoors, there is a quiet in the woods that can never be achieved anywhere else. The deep woods when it is just you and nothing else no noise except the very air around you... it is serene. On the other hand I would love to be among 92,000 Alabama fans, 'cause you see I am the worlds biggest Bama fan. Roll sweet Tide Roll. And yes I love Dr. Pepper. It is the nectar of the gods and the drink of champions. Yes... I am married to Melanie who you will find in my links. We have been married for 3 1/2 years now. We have four kids in the form of 2 cats Snickers and Aeris, 1 dog Coby, and 1 hamster well ... with no name. Although I do imagine him speaking in a Scottish accent. Its really funny when you think about it. Did I mention I am a little crazy. Hehehe. I have a "brother by another mother" Jimmy. He has been my best friend for so long I cant even remember not having him at my side. We have been through alot together. But if I was going to war he would be my first and only choice to have by my side. That pretty much sums me up.

P.S. My grammer sucks!! And I want to be a writer thats funny.