Author Archives: Mike Meader

Don’t look back..

So I watched “Walter Mitty” tonight.  One of my favorite movies.  Always inspires me.  Not for very long, but still.  Anyway, decided to come down and type out some post about how arguing on Facebook is like combat, but I … Continue reading

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Return from Death

The boulder begins to shift as you watch.  You heard their was a storyteller who used to live here, long ago.  You journeyed for miles upon miles to get a chance to sit at the feet of this wise old man as … Continue reading

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Nothing

People ask me, “What are you going to do with your life?” “You have no training, no education, a broken history littered with bad decisions.” “You are nothing.” I would like to say this to them: I want to create. … Continue reading

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Try not. Do.

As big of a geek as I am, I’ve never really thought about those immortal words given to us by the wise Yoda, but I probably should have. Most people know the quote as “Do, or do not. There is … Continue reading

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Oh crap, here come the Holidays

The holidays are always a trying time of year for even the best of us, but being emotionally unstable can make them especially so. It is no secret that I don’t like holidays, especially Christmas and Thanksgiving.  They have mutated … Continue reading

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Daddy Daughter Time

After reading DorkDaddy’s blog from the other day (see previous reblog) I got to thinking about my own daughter and her path to adulthood. I’ve probably mentioned before that we are pretty close.  For a while there, she was not … Continue reading

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Surfer Girl

Originally posted on Dorkdaddy.com:
very once in a while when we were kids, my dad used to crank up his old man music and do his own version of the DorkDaddy thing. Usually it was either folk music from…

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