When I was only ten, I learned how to type on a manual typewriter. A-S-D-F...J-K-L-;...since then, I’ve written over 2,000 blogs and enjoy sharing my words with others. 

As a writer, you see the world around you as a story waiting to be told. Every experience acts as an actor for this beautiful story we’re fortunate enough to call “life.” I hope you appreciate my writing as much as I’ve had, living the story. 

30: What I’ve learned

1. Talk with your family Your family is your role model for your other relationships. Your family relationships can be the source of love, pain, or differences - it is entirely what you make of them. Strong relationships don't happen without regular communication. Call home. 2. Get sh*t done Your.

29 September/Posted by aaronplaat

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"Your 20's are for f*cking up and being able to write it all off as a learning lesson in your 30's" Steve gave me the above advice in one of our many brother-to-brother chats. I think about these words often, especially with my 30th birthday right around the corner. Looking.

27 September/Posted by aaronplaat

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Mr. Anderson

I was deeply saddened to hear of the loss of a beloved family friend, Mr. Anderson. Ed was one of the most beautiful souls I was fortunate enough to have gotten to know as a child, teenager, and young adult. Ed and his Wife Christina were an active part of.

12 September/Posted by aaronplaat

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Honor and Roadkill

“Honor thy mother and thy father and you shall live a long life” I grew up hearing this phrase as a child in a conservative christian family. At the time, it was accompanied by puppet tales of rabbits who died after not following this rule. If you didn’t honor your.

4 September/Posted by aaronplaat

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