I’ve just created a new monster design, based on an old one, here

red monster design

I created a slew of skateboard designs in a variety of colors. Check out my new store to see them all


That Loving Filling


It’s been awhile since I posted anything.  I’ve got this design up for scoring on Threadless.com, please go and vote high if you like it.  You have to log in to vote but you can use Facebook.  Just click the link below or the image. Thanks for your support!

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30 Days, the Reboot – Day 1

A few weeks ago I wrote about starting this 30 Days of Discipline challenge.  Fast forward a few weeks past graduations and illnesses and to make a long story short, it never got off the ground.  So today I am starting anew, go hear if you want to read my initial post on the 30 Days challenge.


Lucid Dreaming

Have you ever had a dream when you actually realized you where dreaming?  It’s not all that common but most of us have experienced this a time or two.  This is what Lucid dreaming refers to.   You may have run across it once or twice on the internet.  Some places make it sound like some kind of voodoo.  I’m not exactly sure why it is?  There must be something inherently spiritual about dreams, perhaps because they come from our own minds and they are virtually unexplainable.  Ancient cultures have long been fascinated with dreaming and visions so I’m sure that has a role to play in it as well.

However, there is nothing mysterious about lucid dreaming anymore than regular dreaming.  In fact, the word “lucid” simply means clear or bright.  I’ve been studying Lucid dreaming as of late and I find it rather fascinating.  The idea is to learn to have these dreams regularly rather than just by chance.  Aside from the more obvious application of living out fantasies in your dreams,  lucid dreaming enthusiasts advocate using your dreams to practice a skill or gain insight.  The latter may give some pause, but really,   aren’t you just asking yourself.

I don’t believe that spirits wander in and out of my dreams…shouldn’t they be just as safe as anywhere else.  Rather I would liken it to your left brain asking your right a question.  When the right brain responds it’s not encumbered by any perception of reality but rather has a more free-flowing creative sense.  It shouldn’t be any surprise that we might be intrigued or taken aback by what our sub-conscious has to say.