Louis Bodnar once again, to update all my family, friends, former colleagues, associates, contacts and website subscribers, about my book El Paso Sunrise, a Novel, that was just published, launched and released worldwide this past September 24th @ our Viva El Paso!!! El Paso Sunrise Launch A Celebration of a Texas City Event held in El Paso, Texas!!! This event was hosted by Barnes&Noble Bookseller Bookstores and by the University of Texas @ El Paso (UTEP) Student Bookstore. My book was published and...

As a follow-up to my first essay (I’m having a hard time calling them “blog” because that sounds like something the dog threw up) of August 25th, I just had some feedback on “The ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR of Human Relationships,” my own theory I developed over the many years, yet didn’t quite understand myself, until the last five years of my “senior citizenship!” As you, my readers know, this is...

MY FIRST ESSAY Sunday, August 25, 2019   This is my first “real” essay for my website since it was redesigned after our first design of our very first website, something which I had absolutely no clue of what web design was all about!  More on this in later entries, on another day… So here goes my first entry of my personal online journal!  In this first entry, I’ll share my thoughts and,...

Just a quick note about one picture that we have hanging in our living room.  When my wife saw it at the store,  she took a snapshot to show me when she came home.  I immediately said, yes, we definitely should get it."  The reason is the picture looks exactly like walking up towards the Courthouse in El Paso when I lived there.  I made that trek to the courthouse...

While this book is a work of fiction, rather than the fictional character in this novel, Eddie Egen laying in an upside down police cruiser after the attempt to kill him failed as he drove back to El Paso as detailed in Chapter 14, it was me. The actual time was September, 1997. I was then practicing law in El Paso and was on Interstate 10 returning from Pecos after...

First and foremost, I am most grateful to my Lord for the Blessings and Miracles of my life from birth to the present day and for the unmerited Grace of my lifetime, especially for joining me with the best hearted woman on earth, my wife, Joan Carol. She is the love of my life and to quote the great American poet Walt Whitman, "Day by day and night by night we are together...

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