This is going to look like it's a political post. But, I promise you, it's not. This is a post about basic human decency. Or the lack thereof. The other night, I was scrolling through my Facebook feed when I came across this article posted by a local news station. What bothered wasn't so much … Continue reading Seriously Inappropriate Laughter
Like New Girl's Nick Miller, I'm pretty sure I'm aging into my personality very well. In fact, someday, I'll make a very good cantankerous old man. I suppose, it could be argued, that I already make a very good cantankerous old man. And that's fine. Because you're about to get a dose of what I … Continue reading Get Off My Lawn!
Last year, I shared about the night my father passed away. I wrote about the day leading up to that difficult night and the emotions I felt upon hearing the news. This year, ten years after losing Dad, I want to say thank you to the people who surrounded me in the days and weeks … Continue reading Ten Years Later
Jess, over at You're Fine did a post about this hashtag phenomenon she came across on Twitter the other day. I'm sorry to say, I missed out on the Twitter trend. I'm not sure I should admit that, seeing as how my new job requires me to constantly keep my finger on the pulse of … Continue reading #DescribeYourselfin3FictionalCharacters
Are you still paying attention? We've gotten through the first, second, and third parts of this extremely long questionnaire. If you've stuck it out all week, bless you. Let's keep it going... 61. Predict what your life will look like a year from now. I imagine that life will be very different from me this … Continue reading So Many Questions, Part IV
Once upon a time, I had writer's block. Well, blog writer's block, anyway. So, as is sometimes the case, I put the call out on social media for topical ideas. I got one response from a Facebook friend asking, "What constitutes a true Christian friend?" I'll be honest, that's deep. It's deeper than I had … Continue reading 7 Types of Friends and How to Identify Them
I drive a lot. Mostly to and from work. Believe me, that's more than enough. They say the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. Well, the closest thing I can find to a straight line is one of the curviest roads that you can find in this part of Virginia. See, it's … Continue reading A Road Rage Rant