Home >> Who Are You?
Register   |   Login
Who Are You? (Guest Book)


Guest Book Entries
Records per Page
Page 17 of 20First   Previous   11  12  13  14  15  16  [17]  18  19  20  Next   Last   
bill stone         12/28/2009 12:25:38 AM
bio Born in East Los Angeles in 1941 just a few months before the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. My dad was on the U.S.S. Enterprise which was not in the harbor at the time. When he came home he moved us from the first home I remember in Glendale to the San Fernando Valley and a town named North Hollywood. I grew up loving cars and sports and music. I still love cars and music but my interest in sports is limited to the L.A. Dodgers and baseball. Along life's way I auditioned to be a singer with various agencies in Los Angeles. Never got anywhere. I worked as a mechanic for 25 years and got interested in radio while getting greasy. I worked Los Angeles radio, Bakersfield, Fresno, San Jose and San Francisco. After evolving through the super ego of that experience I was always interested in driving not just race cars but big trucks, or big rigs as they are called now. I did that until I got to an age where my health became an issue and retired. But I still drive professionally in limos a

bill stone         12/27/2009 11:53:07 PM
2010 Happy new year Sunny and Al. A Night Before Christmas is beautiful. Enjoy. Are you and Al headed to the Rose Parade again this year? Submitted By: bill stone

Chris Nichols         12/26/2009 12:37:33 AM
your brother's United ordeal Hi Sunny, Thanks for your note on our newsletter. Jen and I are excited to become homeowners (though we've considered just calling ourselves home mortgage owners to be more in touch with how much we'll owe). Terrible ordeal your brother had -- has he gotten any explanation from United, was there a supervisor that could have helped? Hope to hear more. I'll check back at your blog -- I couldn't comment directly on that entry because of some sort of page error when I clicked on the comment link. You've got some great stuff on Onward. Keep up the great work. Chris Submitted By: Chris Nichols

Pete         12/23/2009 2:47:25 PM
Magical Moments YES! That IS what Art can do... maybe for a moment or two... take us to a different place... a tender emotional experience that we wouldn't have in any other context. An old song said: We have this moment to hold in our hands and to touch as it slips through our fingers like sand... Yesterday's gone and tomorrow may never come... But we have this moment today! Hope you have many more magical moments this Holiday season. Submitted By: Pete

Gale Stuart         12/18/2009 11:47:56 PM
Sunny: Pete gave me your address so I could read your blog about his Minneapolis trip. I think of you often and recall how enjoyable it was t spend time with you and Al. I love your website and your writing. Can't wait to read more, and perhaps share some experiences. Great to be able to read to work. Merry Christmas to you and All, and best wishes for loads of blessings, Gale Submitted By: Gale Stuart

Gerald Bosacker         12/18/2009 5:22:18 PM
A sad certitude... Said simply, A squeeking wheel gets greased! The internet and its blogs gives a great agency for squeeking loud and clear. Be sure to cc the offenders. You can and will get restitution and an apology, expending the effort. PS I liike your writing on SCRIBD Submitted By: Gerald Bosacker

Deborah         12/16/2009 12:48:06 PM
National Survey Hi Sunny, I am enjoying every blog you have written - thank you for sharing - how fun and creative you are. I was wondering if you could share the source for the National Survey on anger. I have been studying brain science and how our amygdala responds to various situations. There are many strategies to deal with our frustrations so I loved your ideas on the under 30, over 30. Teen brains have the biggest challenge to coping effectively but even they can improve how they respond. By the way, Pete has a highly effective system for dealing with frustrations, including airline incompetence. Imagine paying for the Guitar McLeod seat and then having the flight attendant telling him to remove the guitar from the seat - which must have added insult to injury once he boarded the plane. Keep blogging, you're wonderful! Submitted By: Deborah

Valeska Gallagher         12/12/2009 10:22:31 PM
Facebook Hi Sunny, I was very happy to here from you via facebook and accepted you as a new friend! I am also very happy to see this web site and am looking forward to browsing. I always enjoyed your writing so this is very special to me!~ Take good care, your old friend, Valeska Submitted By: Valeska Gallagher

Steve         12/9/2009 4:45:31 PM
We should be madder than hell Amercan business of the larger type should piss us off. The buy cheap chinese products and sell them at a thousand percent markup going thru unnecessary distributors and keystoning merchants. Many corps (I wish they were corpses) only have infuriating phone access with either no human access or people in other countries working for 10 cents an hour who don't give a rip about problems in america. I think we need to bar any company from the us which doen't buy and sell american Submitted By: Steve

Jim Lanier         12/2/2009 11:27:04 AM
A story I'll write Hi Sunny, it's Jim, from the writers group. You've reminded me of a short story I need to write (it was a chapter in a novel I wrote, unpublished) about some real "followers of Jesus" ("Christian" is so generic) in Colorado, when I was hitchhiking from Michigan to CA in 1978. Great people, trully caring about others, and in touch with what's important. Like you, apparently. jl Submitted By: Jim Lanier

     (My Blog)
  Who Am I ?
  Who Are You ?
     (Guest Book)
  Odds & Ends
  People & Places
  Short Stories


Onword - My Blog

Ebooks By Sunny Lockwood






Copyright 2009 by Merikay Mcleod Privacy Statement Terms Of Use