Have you ever been in an advanced state of herbal elevation and thought, ‘you know what sounds like a great use of my remaining brain cells, right now? A really hard recipe for Tater Loaf! I mean, I love potato rolls. And potato donuts…’ Yeah, me neither – at least, not in those exact words.…… Continue reading Who You Callin’ Tater Loaf?
You know what’s worse than having cancer? No, not the treatments, but that was a really good guess. No, what’s worse is having the flu on top of it – and not just any old flu, but Influenza A, the one that everybody warns us about. Which not only makes me feel like crap, it…… Continue reading One Flu Over The Goblin’s Nest
I’m one of those weird people for whom birthdays have always been anathema. Avoided like a plague and quietly endured when forced upon me. I chalk it up to my not being a limelight personality, but rather a behind-the-scenes kinda guy. More impresario than exhibitionist and, thus, less inclined to draw attention to myself. It’s…… Continue reading Embracing the Inevitable
Over the weekend, I discovered that my first real mentor had shuffled off his mortal coil. Ron Geisheimer was a high school drama teacher, so he would have loved the use of that expression. Mr. G., as he was known to his students, was the very first person ever to challenge me. He saw worth…… Continue reading Opening Up A World Of Possibilities
I may have mentioned before that I love when people ask me questions. I’ve spent the better part of my adult life asking other people questions, then writing their answers up for dissemination amongst the various outlets to which I have contributed. To be on the other side of the interview, therefore, is something I…… Continue reading Tag Lines
“I will do water – beautiful, blue water.” ~Claude Monet Having been born and raised a desert rat in the beautiful Land of Enchantment, I have a great appreciation for water. Any kind of water. Swimming pools are a treat. Rain is galvanizing, of course. Springs, rivers, lakes, oceans – I try to experience them…… Continue reading Waters Of Life And Luxury
We live in very strange times. Nothing is what it seems and “discoveries” once thought impossible are now frighteningly real. World scientists come together to prove global warming exists, but the information is dismissed as fake news. Face transplants have become all the rage. And now chickens are being genetically modified to lay cancer-fighting eggs.…… Continue reading Stranger Than (Science) Fiction