Well, friends, it happened. Another milestone for the meager blog of a mediocre writer trying to pretend he is otherwise. I think I actually owe much of the recent success to Jacob's additions to the blog which have become unusually popular - especially during school hours and even more so when Jacob has his computer … Continue reading 15,000 Visitors!
True to form, my old college roommate has always recruited me to participate in shenanigans that I would otherwise remain oblivious to. There's the helicopter ride, which stunk profusely because I'm afraid of heights. Then the bungee jump, which also stunk because… uhm, I'm afraid of heights. After several years, I began to realize that … Continue reading The Spartans*
I am not exactly Grizzly Adams. With my minimal camping expertise, even modest adversity makes things . . . well, challenging. We recently toured the “Domes and Dripstones” of Mammoth Cave in Kentucky, a truly amazing place. The beauty arising from our mountain heights is rivaled there by the silent depths of an expansive cave … Continue reading The camper
True to my Sevier County roots, I have been getting my hair cut by the same stylist for nearly a decade. That doesn't mean that she should be held responsible when you see me looking a little unkempt. I should be on a four-week cycle but I tend to wait five weeks. I spend that … Continue reading The Mullet
Well, folks, it appears the zombie apocalypse has arrived. Don't believe me? Just look out your windows around 7:30 any weekday morning and you will see the horde, lumbering along semi-conscious and brain-starved. Of course, I am referring to school starting back and the onslaught of tiny, backpacked humans with glazed-over eyes struggling down the sidewalks … Continue reading A tiny zombie apocalypse*
I try not to carry on about it too much, but some days it is starkly clear that I am, hands down, the most logical person in my family. This reality confronts me when I am in some heated debate with my wife or kids and I can so immediately see the most logical conclusion, … Continue reading Meatloaf
Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later. I got a door ding on my shiny, new truck. My wife noticed it while getting in on her side last Saturday morning and delicately broke the news to me. I walked over and, sure enough, if you bent over at the proper angle and the … Continue reading The stupidest person on earth*