Tales of the Blue

So…I currently work for a law enforcement agency in Florida. I have been working with this same agency for just under three years. I have seen ALOT. A little over a year ago I decided to keep a journal on some of my work days. There was no rhyme or reason to what I was writing. Whatever came across my mind that day I wrote it down. I’d rather open up to this journal then bring it home to my family. Occasionally, I go back and read over some of my crazy days. Some make me laugh and some make me shake my head.

I guess the question I am posing is should I blog these days I have written down? I was thinking about waiting a couple of years and putting all my days (short stories) in a book format. However, maybe someone can benefit from my experiences. They are not all rainbows and butterflies.

Please. Let me know. Is this a bad or good idea? Should I blog or just wait further down the road?

*Darkness to Light*

My toes in the sand and my eyes to the sky. I look in the darkness and breath out a sigh. This beauty I behold can not be by chance. This breath taking view makes my heart want to dance.  I look to the horizon and darkness I see.  I look to the horizon and think about me. Me?. Me?? Am I kidding myself!? How can I look at this creation and ponder MY life? When others  are out there living in strife. How prideful am I to think about me. How stupid am I that I can’t even see. There is suffering in this world that God has placed me in. I can take in His beauty, but that can’t be the end. I must go out and change this beating heart I bleed. Make it less about me and more about those in need. To this world I am sorry for my prideful heart. I know now exactly where I need to start. I’ll make a difference if it’s the last thing I do. I’ll make a difference…what about you?

How This Couple Went From Making $76,000 To $1 Million A Year — Kopitiam Bot

(Source: http://www.forbes.com) In the spring of 2012, Shane and Jocelyn Sams, now 38 and 36 respectively, were Kentucky schoolteachers each making $38,000 a year. Shane was a high school social studies teacher and football coach, and Jocelyn was an elementary school librarian. They were also young parents. “As my little boy got older and our […]

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What to Do with all this new?

I am definitely the New Kid on the Block. Day one of “blogging” for me. Honestly I do not even know if I set this page up right. Oh well. Would love some insight from you fellow veterans on how to manage/fix possible crappy page. I currently set this up while working at my job. Hence, I am tired and seeing double right now. I will take all advice I can get.