I started using my name designation “Ramblings from an Unpaved Mind” circa April 2015.
I chose this because I knew some might not like my writing style, as it is too raw, without grammatical perfection, so many prefer.
Therefore a reader received a quick warning from my title and quickly skipped to another topic if need be.
Many prefer the latest from their favorite Music Artist from LA with great hair, no IQ, love for themselves, or looking to be tops of the selfies.
Those same would not want to read material that required a few minutes more to absorb, with more thought-provoking than exciting.
My life has been an eclectic one, that likely shows in my writing. I have had many job interests and traveled quite a bit. I have found friendly people everywhere, and some not so good people as well.
Since I prefer to listen, learning new dialects and languages is almost a given. With an ounce of talent and a ton of want-to, my friends have caught me mushing German, with Italian, sandwiched with Spanish.
The puppy dog slanted head results from this mashing.
Fair Play and a heightened sense of right and wrong drive many of my decisions.
And, indeed, that I know the difference.
My first love is listening to people and their stories of how their life journey brought them to me. When and how they soared or failed.
In some cases, I use the essence of their memories as writing material.
I was never one destined for boredom as on any given day. I could be wrenching an auto or motorcycle engine, servicing a computer, reading a book about anything, pouring concrete, or any number of things, to include learning something new.
“It is better to know a little about everything than everything about one thing!”
Score two points for Pascal.
How does one ever get bored in our world?
But, I enjoy Physics, Electronics, and Music, where much of my passion and education has been.
I have been a seeker of knowledge, musician, soldier, father (my fav), high tech guy, consultant, and, a reader.
My hope is every day I wake up, I will find something to get excited about and learn.