Here is how I am going to play this round.
I probably have a detractor in the shadows thinking that I am running away from shit: Thats fine by me. I pick my fights with wisdom, and know that some fights are best left well enough alone. Besides, as some that have spoken to me in the recent past know, I had been thinking of ditching that last site for some time. It was getting stale and I just wasn’t feeling it anymore. It really did not present ME as I am, at least in my opinion.
So, this round, I am going back to that part of me that gives me great satisfaction. Creation and education. I love creating things, making things, thinking outside the box. I also love teaching. One of the problems I had was in trying to teach in such a manner that my readers would have something they could do as well. I highly recommend trying at least some of the stuff I will be presenting. Those items will be posted on Mondays, as I will be working on them on Sunday and taking pics for you. They will be ‘afternoon’ or ‘kitchen table’ projects that won’t require ANY fancy tools to make. I will even try to show you ways to get around needing those high end tools. I am going label these posts “Sunday in History” with the item in question following the title to make it easier to search for them later. I hope you all enjoy and learn something. (and I won’t lie, I hope you see past the facades and realize that there is really nothing new under the sun.)
My bigger projects will be scattered about as I am working on them, so follow along as you will. I will try to show that things don’t have to be purchased to make high tech items; but you may have to be willing to get your hands dirty and develop some callouses. I will also be putting up a ‘bookshelf’ in a sidebar with links to other information as I dig it up. Some of my links will be to websites that sell items or books, but I don’t make a dime on them. I only link because it is a source I use and trust, and highly recommend.
But to those that have not met me, Let me introduce US.