I had a fantastic time on “The Solidarity Effect” on Radio Free Fargo 95.9 FM with host Jason Anderson this morning. Since we’re both 1980s kids, Maestro Anderson designated it […]
Madrid, Paris and London in two weeks. Wow. Awesome trip. I tried to look at it a little differently here and there along the way. Here’s some of what I saw –
Does it qualify as “living” when all you do is run to your car, into the front doors of your destination, back to your car and, finally, into your house, no pauses or sidetracks?
I can work standing up for two hours a day. Big whup, right? I know. But a year out from my vertebrae fusion surgery, it’s huge. Bigger still when you consider that, for about four years prior to the surgery, I had significant pain, the kind that hinders day-to-day quality of life.
This was pretty cool –
Yesterday, I read this story by Marcus Hayes, a reporter/columnist at The Inquirer, Daily News and philly.com in Philadelphia: “Carson Wentz oushines Dak Prescott as Eagles Destry Cowboys.”
The story contained this…
I think Frost was right. “Something there is that doesn’t love a wall.” Even so….
A few days ago while on my midday walk with the dogs, when I was on the 1700 block of 15th Street South, I saw what looked like an albino […]
Once there was a little girl who, although I didn’t know it yet, was to be the first of three for my wife, Cassi, and me. The little lass loved books. More than that she loved having them read to her at bedtime….
I spent a month in Columbus, Ohio, last week. Yuck, yuck, yuck, yuck, yuck. No, really. YUCK. Not the city – the bad joke. I’m no comedian (obviously), so I generally leave […]