Unhoused

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

So We’re In a New Home. A Rental Home.

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.

The Newsletter: Issue #7

So… Does anyone know just what the fuck is going on in the world? I sure don’t. In any event, let’s try to dissect it. Around the World So admittedly, … Continue reading The Newsletter: Issue #7

Part 5: The Infection Was Initially Mild

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

Part Four: Outspent

Welcome to the 4th 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 Four: Outspent

Part 3: The Subterranean Termites Come To the Service

Welcome to the third 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 3: The Subterranean Termites Come To the Service

Part Two: An Agenda

Welcome to the second 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 Two: An Agenda

Remember That Time I Ran For City Council?

Welcome to the first 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 Remember That Time I Ran For City Council?

The Newsletter: Issue #6

Oh hey there; let’s just pretend I didn’t bail on the weekly newsletter for something like four months. A lot was going on, and while I posted and was working … Continue reading The Newsletter: Issue #6

The Infection Was Initially Mild

This post is short, and sweet. I’m thrilled to announce that just over a year after running for city council (and losing – dodged a bullet, I’m learning), I’ve finished … Continue reading The Infection Was Initially Mild

I See The Circus Is Back In Town

With neither a medical nor scientific degree to speak of, I still feel confident enough to say with some authority that things in America have gone sideways on COVID. If … Continue reading I See The Circus Is Back In Town

My son and I were attacked last night

Yesterday my son turned 5. It was a relatively uneventful day. If I’m being honest, he woke up in a bad mood and just wanted to be a contrarian all … Continue reading My son and I were attacked last night