Silence on the Hill

December 16, 2013

I pulled the black ski mask down over my face to fight off the biting cold. When I heard the sounds of twigs snapping, I knew the little boys were close by. As I stood up from the log I had been resting on, I picked up the axe with my right hand. Grateful for the gloves, I moved quietly in the direction of the children. The soft crunch of snow crackled under my feet as I took short steps along the trail. “Let’s take these pine cones. They’re big and we can use them on the table for Grandma,” …Read the Rest

Grandpa Still Carves the Turkey

The vibration of the wheels on the old hardwood floors brought a silence to the house. As everyone gathered around, …Read the Rest

I haven’t posted in a while – but I just found an awesome toolbar for my browser that gives me …Read the Rest

Too busy

September 15, 2013

I’ve been way too busy to keep up with my blog lately. I’ve been building affiliate sites – and working …Read the Rest


August 30, 2013

Jonathan Michael Joshua is now Lt. Col. Joshua in the Air Force – the video is uploading and should be …Read the Rest

Face to Face

June 24, 2013
Face to Face

I reached for the potatoes. Baked potatoes for dinner. That works. I am tired of being by myself. But I …Read the Rest

Stinky Fish

June 17, 2013
Stinky Fish

I leaned over the side of the boat. Again. I fail to understand why anyone thinks this is getting back …Read the Rest

Front and Center

June 10, 2013
Front and Center


Grandpa Socks

June 3, 2013
Grandpa Socks

I felt the hot sand under my feet and wondered why it didn’t seem to bother the little ones. Here …Read the Rest

The Sound of Taps

May 27, 2013
The Sound of Taps

I carried a big stone as I walked toward the curb. Using it to hold down a corner of the …Read the Rest

Black Sheep – On the Outside, Looking In

If you are the black sheep of the family, no one actually has to tell you. You know. As a …Read the Rest

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