I should preface this by saying that I really don't listen to the radio that much. This puts me at quite the disadvantage whenever anyone brings up whatever the latest chart toppers might be or what artists the cool kids are all listening to these days. Maybe it's a byproduct of getting older, but I'm … Continue reading Dedicated
I know. You just read that title and thought, "This guy's such a Grinch!" But I'm really not. I love Christmas. I might not get as into the holiday spirit as a lot of people do, but I certainly don't sit around thinking of ways to ruin Christmas for everyone around me. There are just … Continue reading The 5 Annoyances of Christmas
You know, a lot of titles that incorporate the exclamation point may imply that one is about to be involved in a musical of some kind. Personally, I enjoy a good musical. But this will not become a musical blog post. No, the exclamation point in the title is simply to emphasize the word "ouch." … Continue reading Appropriate Uses of the Word Ouch!
We're all well aware of what the comb over is, right? I mean, just turn on the news any given day of the week and take a look at the current Republican presidential candidate. You can't tell me Donald Trump isn't rocking a comb over. It's almost epic. It almost deserves its own Saturday Night … Continue reading Top 10 Benefits of Having a Comb Over
As most of you are aware, I recently changed jobs. With that change, came a change in health insurance coverage. In my adult life, every full-time job I've had has provided me with some sort of health plan. Unfortunately, this is not something the church has been able to provide as I've come on board … Continue reading Do Not Call
So your general practitioner has diagnosed you with bronchitis. And now you're sitting at home thinking, "This is just no fun!" as you hack into your sleeve or a handkerchief. But why look at this temporary disease as no fun? Instead of engaging in a pessimistic attitude about your bronchitis, find ways of making it … Continue reading How to Make Bronchitis Fun
After 30 years of competing for parental affection and favoritism, the clear winner was my younger sister, April. Why did it become obvious after 30 years? That would have to be the surprise party she received for her 30th birthday. Let the record show: I did not receive a surprise birthday party when I turned … Continue reading The Evidence Speaks for Itself