Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Holy guacamole! The end of the year already?
2014 has been better than some years, worse than others. My actual writing output was much less than I had hoped, but I’m still optimistic that I’ll polish up a couple of projects in the next few weeks.
I continued to be amazed every day that I’m married to Norma Kay. Everything else is just details. I love my friends and family and my cats (who are a huge part of my family). I look forward to what is to come.
I hope in 2015 you and I are able to accept with grace what life both gives and takes away. Be kind to yourself and others. And please try not to go nuts when someone expresses an opinion that differs from your own.
That’s all. Now put on a goofy hat and make some noise.
Posted by Mark Justice at 9:41 PM No comments:
My predictions for 2015 are in this week's Ashland Beacon, on page 2. As a bonus, I recap my predictions for 2014. What's that? You don't remember my 2014 predictions? As if I just made them up days ago?
Ha ha. Really, get that memory checked,
Be amazed by reading it online now.
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Labels: Ashland Beacon
Sunday, December 28, 2014
The Dead Sheriff For Christmas
I just received the most awesome Christmas gift of my life, as my friend Brian Spears gave me a custom-made action figure of my character The Dead Sheriff. I cannot believe the craftsmanship he put into this, all the way down to the packaging. I am blown away. Thank you, Brian.
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Labels: The Dead Sheriff
Monday, December 22, 2014
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