Category Archives: Mid-Life Crisis

The Speed of Life

  When I was a kid and I used to go to work with my Dad, I could never figure out why the family pictures in his office were at least 10 years out of date. In addition to the horror of having to see a desk picture of yourself in kindergarten or 1st grade when you’re […]

The Brain-Mouth Filter

So, after we all watched the Broncos dispense with Tom Brady and the Patriots on Sunday I’m betting a lot of us tuned in for the NFC title game to find out who we’d be facing in Super Bowl XVIII. Turned out to be a pretty good game between the Seahawks and the 49’ers with Seattle […]

More Goodwill– Less Assholery

I know it’s the Holiday Season and everyone is trying to be cheery and happy and all that. And I hate to be the Grinchy McGrincherson who slinks in to jam your holiday spirit up your chimbley and so forth but there’s something I gotta get off my chest here. It could just be garden variety holiday […]

The Torch of Fashion Dork-i-tude

Just so we get it out of the way upfront, let me state for the record that I love my Dad, Wes. He’s always been a supportive and encouraging Father, a good listener, a strong advisor, and an excellent role model. In terms of the luck of the draw, I couldn’t possibly have asked for a better […]