Category Archives: Writing

Falling Colors

I watched the fall leaves flutter to the ground in colors only nature can produce.  The cycle of life is short for a leaf.  They come in as a not-so-splendid bud and unwrap themselves into vivid green, shiny living pieces … Continue reading

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My Precious…Titleist

The golf ball, next to the ping-pong ball, is one of the smallest spheres used in sports, yet wields the greatest power over its user. It can make grown men that tower over the inert dimpled-sphere, whimper like puppy dogs, … Continue reading

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The Dog is black, the Cat is white, together they learn to scratch and bite.

The new kitten arrived last Father’s Day, which caught me by surprise as I usually show indifference at the sight of fur balls.  After all, I own a jet-black lab who worships me.  The cat has more narcissism than the … Continue reading

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$50,000 buys 143 Nacho Libre Trikes

How much of your hard-earned money are you willing to dump into a depreciating, four-wheeled, rolling mass of metal, plastic, tinfoil with fluids your dog can’t lick? On average, Americans pay $477 per month to mechanically move their sedate butts … Continue reading

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A human’s guide to wearing mismatched socks

Unless you live by the equator, a southern beach, or stomp grapes,  you are usually found wearing socks.   We all have a drawer, or some type of container, dedicated to our multi-color, human-foot-bags.  The rub is always having to pair them, … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving, then the real feeding frenzy

Thanksgiving and Black Friday –  Two national holidays becoming one feeding frenzy. Thanksgiving, the once-sacred holiday inspired by the early settlers, Native Americans, and George Foreman, is becoming more and more blurred with the newest  national holiday, Black Friday. Instead … Continue reading

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Who’s your cable daddy?

Cable company lines are buried underground, run across electrical poles, and zip-tied to fences.  They carry phone, internet and cable TV to your home, office and the Winnebago parked on the vacant lot next to the railroad tracks with 7 … Continue reading

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