I'm a writer with a B.A. in English who loves to indulge in the works of Keats, Coleridge and Radcliffe. I love to write, research, and travel with my wonderful family and two Border Collies, Chase and Kawaii. I have a DoD logistics background and enjoy working on a variety of different writing projects. Shoot me an email!
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Makapu’u Tide pools

Best For: All who enjoy secret hikes and local treasures Distance: Less then a mile One of the most popular trails for locals, and now a site to visit for tourists, the Makapu’u tide pools offers some nice views of the eastern shore. It is important to note that the path going down is very … Continue reading

Understanding the USAJOBS Process: What they don’t tell you!

Recently, a conversation about the bureaucratic process of getting a job within the DOD came up when a former colleague confided that he got passed up for a cool assignment overseas to someone who he referred to, as “the guy doesn’t know his job”. This is the same colleague who years before had requested my help … Continue reading

Mango research study linked to prevention of breast cancer

  According to recent studies conducted earlier this year by researchers at the Institute for Obesity Research and Program Evaluation at Texas A. M. University revealed that mangoes can help in preventing breast cancer. The study examined the anti-inflammatory and cell toxicity properties mango polyphenols on breast cancer and non-cancer cells.[1] The type of mango … Continue reading


The childing autumn, angry winter, change Their wonted liveries, and the mazed world, By their increase, now knows not which is which.

Reflecting on Facebook

The ability that we can communicate with virtually anyone in the world because of various social networking tools is what makes Facebook among other popular techy tools is almost impossible to resist. As a user myself, I find myself more often then not in the role of the casual observer stopping by. Facebook has been instrumental … Continue reading

Dreams and Destruction: A Symbolic Interpretation of “La Belle Dame Sans Merci”.

  Imagination and creativity abounds in Keats’s celebrated ballad, “La Belle Dame Sans Merci”. The enduring popularity of this work is due in part to its mysterious nature. In fact, in “La Belle Dame Sans Merci” Keats goes to great depths by maintaining a sense of ambiguity in the poem that seems to take place … Continue reading

The Art of Writing and The Secret Garden

Hello everyone, While this is my first published entry post, I considered  myself a writer every since I received my first white plastic vinyl covered diary when I was around 7 or 8 years old. As a kid, seeing a diary with rainbow-colored pages was super cool. To be true, I have completed numerous writing … Continue reading

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