Greg on New Year's Eve in 1985.
This web site is my personal, noncommercial, site. Here you will find information of a personal nature or things that are not of general interest. All you need do is look at the main menu and you will see why I chose a web site name "eclectic". I chose also to use the word "visions", because I do have opinions, hopes and dreams. In reality, all of my interests are interconnected in some way and result in a broad vision of what the future could or should be.
On this web site you will find stories about my first loves, my dogs, cats, nature, my genealogy and the Kansas City Chiefs, as well as some Kansas City history and information about the neighborhood in which I live. I am, also, interested in science, the environment, religion, history, and politics. I have three other websites that you might find of interest. They are Kansas City Freethinker which is my blog and is related to my thoughts and opinions; Kansas City Freethought wherein I try to make people aware of the various free thought groups and activities in the Kansas City and Age of Reality where I intend to post the results of research that I do. Note that much of what I had posted on the Age of Reality site was taken down due to hacker activity. I, also, have a Facebook page.
The picture on this page was taken on New Year's Eve in 1985. Okay, it might be vanity; but, if one can include a guy's high school or military picture on his obituary notice when he dies at 90, then I can include a younger picture of me, too!! I'm not dead yet, though. If you want to see some other pictures of me you can see them at Greg's Gallery.
This site was created in HTML without the use of templates or special web tools. I am self-taught and am not an expert, so, if these pages do not display properly, please send me an email.
I am trying to keep this site fresh, but sometimes I spend my time on my other sites! I am really enjoying creating these pages, sharing things that are personal to me. It is kind of a toy. The stories about my animals are memorials to my best friends (both alive and deceased) who I take care of like they are my own flesh and blood. Hopefully, the genealogy information will be useful and readily available to my relatives. Learning about my ancestores leads me to learn more about the history of the area where I live, the United States and the countries from which my ancestor's came. And, of course, the Chiefs have been my preoccupation since I got out of school and could afford the time and money to follow them. I began going to the games regularly in 1969 and have had season tickets since 1974.
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THANKS!!!! AND, TRUTH, LOVE, JUSTICE AND PEACE TO ALL!!!!!!