Let's see—I spent five years with the military building and installing electronic devices in aircraft that made the art of killing more effective. I then worked in the healthcare field for the next thirty years, working on devices that helped people heal—hoping to pay my karmic debt.
I have always been a writer, but one that had a fear of others reading what I had written. Then my first child was born when I turned fifty years old. Realizing that she would not always have dad around to tell her of his childhood, I began writing "Stories from my Childhood" for her.