As so often happens during free-flowing conversation with me, I got into a somewhat intense chat yesterday with a few friends and co-workers..Typically, my ‘devil’s advocate’ style of arguing enrages some who don’t quite understand I am always attempting to trick them into disagreeing with their own point of view.. The topic at hand yesterday … Read moreImagine no religion. It’s not easy even if you try
My son and I were playing my my old He-Man action figures tonight, I think it’s the first time in my 33 years of life I actually took a close look at Moss Man’s face.. What an ugly mug. Funny enough, Moss still has a slight hint of the fresh 1980s added on odor that … Read moreFrom the depths of my childhood, new toys for my son
Mother’s day came first. Dad was an afterthought. And then Father’s day followed. But that’s fine. You see, Mother’s Day, in many respects, is what matters. ‘Mom’ goes through the nine months of changes, the labor pains.. the glorious feeling when she holds her child. Dad of course had a hand in the whole affair, but.. … Read moreA FATHER’S DAY REFLECTION
There are things that go bump in the night.. abandoned buildings.. hospitals, perhaps? Maybe it’s that thick fog that descends over your home, shrouding your comfort in a hostile dense mystery. There is something about fog that can be creepy.. You can strain your eyes trying to drive in it, wondering if an animal will … Read moreThe Horror Report.. another year older..
It was Ayden’s second Christmas—and first white one.. He hardly slept, with excitement about the snow along with the possibility that Santa was about to eat a chocolate chip cookie.. Fun memories. I hope you and yours had an equally beautiful time last night and today. Christmas almost done. My God so is 2012.. Since … Read moreAyden dreamed of a white Christmas and got one.. With reindeer poop to boot