So a few months ago I turned 55. I honestly didn’t think much of it. You see, once you get passed a certain age the significance of each passing year becomes a bit of a yawner.
Or so I thought… Continue reading “Re-Calibrating the Senior Citizen Discount”
A couple of danish young men came to stay in our home one summer when I was a kid. They were the byproduct of a trip to Europe that my sister Kathy had taken as part of her early and adventurous exploration of herself and the world. They introduced us all to a new word in the English language somehow despite… Continue reading “Troublems? You Don’t Know Troublems”
They say that discretion is the better part of valor. That’s what they say. But you know what? I think sometimes a little less discretion gets you a lot more valor. This expression has always bothered me. Continue reading “The Better Part of Valor is NOT Discretion”
So my brother, Tom, is a musician based out of Missoula, Montana. I recently checked the weather forecast where he lives and the highs were in the 20’s with an “Avalanche Warning” until 7am the following morning. Continue reading “Poetic Depth and The Honor of a Tragedy”
My wife Kat loves dogs. (That sounds funny…Kat loves dogs. Huh.) She grew up with dogs. She has always had dogs. There was a dog in her life the day she was born. There will be a dog by her side the day she dies.
Husbands? We’ll call it a day to day evaluation. Continue reading “And Three Makes a Herd”