I’ve had a Timbuk2 TSA-friendly messenger bag for a couple years and kept my eyes open for an updated version … Continue reading The Perfect Bag?
My dad was officially diagnosed with dementia at the very end of 2013. He went ballistic and told my mom she … Continue reading No Difference…
First an admission: I don’t usually watch either convention and spent most of the broadcast watching a movie. I caught … Continue reading Quick Thoughts from Night 1 #RNCinCLE
2016 had a very different Father’s Day than what I’m used to. Growing up, I was accustomed to celebrating with … Continue reading The Meaning of Father’s Day
Rick Clark, director of admissions at Georgia Tech, recently spoke at my son’s high school graduation. Part of the brilliance … Continue reading You’re Ready. You’re NOT Ready.
Somewhere on my favorite movie list is Collateral with Tom Cruise and Jamie Foxx. Not giving anything away, but Cruise plays a hitman … Continue reading Switching Gears on Vacation
There are many stances and counter stances on gun control in the US. I’m going to explain mine. It comes … Continue reading Guns and My Father