Viewing: May, 2012

Dealing with the Heat

By on May 31, 2012

I’m teaching a class this weekend and the temperature has shot up 10 degrees this week.  I was really hoping it would stay down in the 80s, so much for planning and hoping.  This post is to help you deal

Racial Profiling

By on May 30, 2012

This is completing politically incorrect, but when it comes to saving yourself and family from violence you are probably like me and don’t care about being politically correct.  I care about keeping my family safe.  I define racial profiling as

When an Attack Begins

By on May 29, 2012

At what point are you actually under attack?  At what point should you react?  You are under attack as soon as someone does something you don’t want.  You should react as soon as possible.  I’m not talking about violence, at

Memorial Day

By on May 28, 2012

Today I sit and remember those who have come and gone before me and those that will continue to come and go.  Take a moment to remember those who haven’t come home fighting for our country.  Also remember those that

Memorial Day

By on May 27, 2012

Two days ago I was on the road and stopped at another town in the middle of nowhere at another truck stop.  It’s my life, I travel for the company I work.  But I ran into an old veteran.   He

Fighting Mind Set

By on May 21, 2012

I had a bumper sticker on my lunch box at work for years that said, “Your gun and knife are only tools, your mind is the weapon.”  I totally agree with that statement.  And your mind set has to be