Monthly Archives: August 2014

‘First Kiss’

Many of you reading this would have a hard time believing that I was painfully shy growing up but when I was a young man, I was so lacking in self confidence that I was usually unable to work up … Continue reading

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‘Setting Grandpa’s shoes on fire’

After having my first ‘M16′ guitar (a one of a kind, hollow body, welded steel project destroyed by my first wife during a fight where she used it as a battering ram), I started reading about professionally made cast aluminum … Continue reading

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T.I.E. (Trust is essential)

The essence of any relationship Right from the start… Understanding and openness play a crucial part. Suppression of ‘self’ helps to develop the ‘us’. That is the most important component of trust. I don’t have these things with you. Selfish … Continue reading

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