Just warming up

September 6, 2011

As I get older, I have discovered that I care less and less about certain things (what other people think), and more and more about other things (my children). So much has changed in the world since 1974, yet I am relatively young.  It’s nice being a person.  A car from 1974, for instance, would […]

It's Not My Fault

February 25, 2010

Planning your life, at the beginning, isn’t so complicated because you have grown-ups basically planning it for you, which, as you enter your teen years you start to resent, if not sooner, and that causes a rift in your relationship that at some point causes you to leave and go out on your own.  This […]

Awakenings, and the State of my Union

January 27, 2010

A while ago, our coffee maker broke. Just one morning, it stopped working, and I had to run to the corner store to get some coffee for us. We bought a super cheap coffee maker as a replacement, and it was fine, but he knew I wasn’t too happy with it. This was awesome. My new coffee maker has lots of buttons and gadgets, and a timer, a warmer switch, etc, etc.

Just another pitiful love story

December 16, 2009

She walked into the classroom, and when she saw him, she knew where she would sit.  Abigail was talking about the teacher.  He was young and very handsome, and she wanted to sit as close to him as possible.  She was 20 and in her second year of college, and although she had dated several […]

The Escalation of Mischief

October 16, 2009

I see the kids’ bathroom door is closed with a little post-it note sign on it that has written “Out of Service, Thanks.” Hmm…

Conservationism is the new Frugality

September 16, 2009

I’ve always been green, even if it was for budgetary reasons. My daughter, though? She doesn’t have the same gene.

Who needs to escape, anyway?

August 16, 2009

Truthfully, I’ve been thinking about what to write on this first entry to this new blog place.  I don’t even know if I’m writing in the right spot!  But, as I thought and thought about how to humorously, or some other way, entertainingly talk about the topic at hand, without actually saying the topic, well, […]

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