David Satterlee is one of those questing souls who constantly seeks to know and understand. A corporate psychological screening once classified him as a “Warrior/Evangelist” and they hired him anyway.
His wife lives in dread that his personal library will someday crash through the floor of his office into the living room. Undeterred, he maintains that, "a man knows himself by the books he keeps."
After retiring from a quarter-century of industrial control systems including computer and communications work in manufacturing and refining, he spent a decade as a consulting herbalist and went on to manage media production for a Utah publisher.
In this time, David pursued a quest to understand why we think, believe, and act the way we do. He developed from a lay minister, through interests in technology, meditation, natural healing, psychology, and philosophy. Now mobility disabled, his personal goals are to read, think, write, and repeat. Helping to make the world a better place for future generations wouldn't hurt either.
D and Di live in a semi-rural home south of Sierra Vista, Arizona, USA. Despite being married, they are exceptionally-good friends.
Dianna is a retired elementary school teacher with additional experience in library science, gifted/talented programs and music. She still gives music lessons and indulges a passion for writing and playing music "in the cracks."
In their spare time, they entertain neighbors with their liberal and eccentric antics.
May you be blessed by a life of gratitude and joy,
Oh, by the way, I’m part of the gig economy and am really good at lots of English language and tech stuff. I write books for myself and others, record and edit audiobooks, and do miracles with spoken word audio post-production editing, noise reduction and enhancement. I’m already invested in the studio, workstation computers, specialty software and Lord knows what all else. I’m loaded for bear and ready to ram the ramparts. Let’s do it. I’m serious. What do you have that needs doing? Please contact me about it. Maybe start with an SMS text 520-508-3555