Chapter 1

Escape from Cubantraz

(This story contains sexual material that is not suitable for minors)

If you had the opportunity to be your own God, would you? To have the power to manipulate your fate and make it your own will is grand indeed.

I am writing this today not just because I think it will be a best seller one day, but also because I want to share with you how I got away with murder, so to speak, and how to learn from my mistakes to become a better con. I’ve been holding on to too many secrets, and some are just too good to keep to oneself! (I am reminiscing with a shameless grin as I write these words.)

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Nurturing Patience

When someone is a master of their craft they are able to express an emotion in any artistic medium, say something deep with their art and entertain in the process.  Becoming a master at something requires a tremendous amount of dedication, self-motivation and faith to see a project to an end.

It is incredible what someone can accomplish when they apply themselves everyday, the little secrets in the brain they unlock and the satisfaction that comes when something is completed and done right.

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Art interpretation

One friend says to another when looking at their abstract art.
“What is that?”
The other responds:
“I don’t know, use your imagination!”
The first friend laughs incredulous and says:
“You should know you made it!”
“Imagination is better than reality! You know who said that?”
“Albert Einstein.”

Abstract Art
Abstract Art

It’s a tough economy.

Since the public proclamation president Obama made about being in a recession in the winter of 2007, many if not all of us have used a version of this very clichéd now extremely popular adage, “It’s a tough economy!”

Even after the recession was said to be over in 2009, Americans have long been fighting the aftermath in lets say, quite creative or evolving ways.

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“The foresight of only one eye”


When the room had been emptied all sound within echoed. I walked in and the sound of my heels knocking on the floor preceded me. It was a lovely empty space with so many possibilities. It had one large window with a view of the morning eastern sun settled over the city by the sea. I could stand here endlessly contemplating and meditating about all the beauty of this room but I had things to do and a reason to be here, so I drifted my focus to more earthly endeavors.
I looked at my clock. The hand ticked and holding it in my hand took me closer to the acting moment that had rendered me there. A new hour struck, yet my party was still not here. Continue reading ““The foresight of only one eye””

What do you do when you feel frustrated?

Snarl just for fun!
Snarl just for fun!

Benefits of snarling:

Your sound relieves stress.

You get your point across without needing words, hence avoiding offenses.

You look like your dog on attack doing it! (maybe not a benefit, lol)

If you are lighthearted enough, growl in front of the mirror just to laugh at yourself on how bad you look.



Tones in the Key of Dramatic


The sky was tired. The clouds were heavy and about to burst out in tears.
Tan, tan, tan, taaaaaaaaaaan……
The thunder roared like Beethoven’s 9th Symphony and the violent violins followed as she watched the outside perched up on a window.
Tong…. The clock struck another hour providing a respite, an appropriate interlude. Patience, she thought, as she nervously fiddled her fingers around awaiting in a pit of agonizing longing. Continue reading “Tones in the Key of Dramatic”


Incorrigible/by Lonny Lee 

Men they never listen!
Men they never listen!

Art Therapy/ On Painting & Drawing

Young artist at work!
Young artist at work!

My son was recently diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Unfortunately, up until that point in time, I had no real knowledge of what I was dealing with. Like any parent I did my best to get informed so that I could help my son and myself cope with the symptoms. Continue reading “Art Therapy/ On Painting & Drawing”

Art Therapy

We can cry, we can laugh but nothing changes until we do.
We can cry, we can laugh but nothing changes until we do.

Art Therapy/On Writing

I like many of us have had difficult times where the sun isn’t in our corner shining on us. When I was going through my difficult teenage years I journaled and I noticed how expressing to someone/something my deepest darkest thoughts helped me move on from any dark spots. As an adult I decided to pen a memoir and explore a particular area of my life that inadvertently had become an addiction.

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