Don’t you love how every time I say I’m going to try to get back into writing the newsletter every week, and then I – like – say I’m going … Continue reading The Newsletter: Issue #11
So much is going on in the world, and in my world: it’s a little bit of a whirl wind. I’ve been trying to post more in general, keep up … Continue reading The Newsletter: Issue #10
Welp folks, I’m 40. Fuck everything. I can say in all honesty that I never in a million years expected to live this long. I’m not sure why. I feel … Continue reading The Newsletter: Issue #9
I remember it like it was yesterday. My kids were at a tennis clinic at one of the local clubs. They had played there for years; and while we never … Continue reading Unhoused
After the traumatic experience my family of 6 has lived through over these last few months, I hesitate to call anything a “home” anymore. More than 5 years into making … Continue reading So We’re In a New Home. A Rental Home.
Welcome to the 5th part of my 5 Part Series: The Infection Was Initially Mild: My Small Town City Council Run, the Toxic American Pandemic Response, and What Both Mean … Continue reading Part 5: The Infection Was Initially Mild
I saw a great meme this evening that encapsulates exactly the way I feel about life right now. What a goddamned shit show we are in, you know? I’m starting … Continue reading Newsletter #4: Recall, Do You Recall?
I have three kids. Most of you know this, if you are new to my blog …well now you know. Two are girls, aged 15 and 11. And my one … Continue reading We Are Putting Too Much Responsibility On Our Kids
We’ve been in the throws of a heatwave for three weeks now. It’s more like a heat tsunami. It’s basically hell. We live in hell now. The issue, actually, isn’t … Continue reading No Such Thing As Global Climate Change, MY ASS
I took down our Christmas decorations on Christmas Day. I’m not even kidding, you guys. I did. Even before the grandparents were out the door, after watching the kids open … Continue reading I’m Over Christmas
Those of you that have been around here for a while know that I have a history of living in ghettos. It’s – of course – of no fault of … Continue reading Now That I Don’t Live In the Ghetto Anymore, What Will I Talk About?
I never thought I’d say this, but I miss California. I miss the way you can go outside and not break into a sweat from the sheer heat and humidity, … Continue reading Welcome To Texas, You’re Pregnant