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Diary of a Drywaller: Chapter 18
My Day in Court, 1979
There are so many stories that occurred during this period that I need to tell. I had several court dates. I want to tell you about one particular court appearance that trumps all th
Diary of a Drywaller: Chapter 17
1978–1988. It takes a long time to climb a mountain, but only a nanosecond to fall from the top.
I had finally settled into Alta, running work and going through a lot of back and forth as we (the othe
Diary of a Drywaller: Chapter 16
The Long and Winding Road, 1978 to 1988. I had made mistakes. Plenty of them. I was about to reap what I had sown. No one could’ve known what would lie in the path ahead. It had to be lived out. Experienced. T
Diary of a Drywaller: Chapter 15
As my fellow worker kept driving, winding his way down the two lane mountain road, in the San Diego foothills, it was evident by the gleam in his eyes that he had insight I didn’t possess.
He knew the
Diary of a Drywaller: Chapter 14
Many times while I was in the process of losing everything, I told myself, “If I lose everything, I’ll just rebuild it. I did it the first time, I’ll just do it again.” I had no idea how wrong I was and how lo
Diary of a Drywaller: Chapter 13
Beginning again, way back when….
The door opened with some skepticism, disbelief and wonder on both sides. As for my wife, she no doubt wondered who might be knocking at 4 a.m. Me, on the outside looking
Diary of a Drywaller: Chapter 12
Jonah in the belly of the whale – another day and time, 1979
So then, where were we? Oh yes, the dream, the voice and now the journey, all of which was quite mysterious and at the same time all too obviou