Monthly Archives: October 2016

THE HEAT DANCE

It’s almost the end of October and the yearly heat dance has started. It began when my wife asked me to change the furnace filter. “Did you want me to start the furnace?” I asked, knowing full well what the … Continue reading

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MY MOUNTAIN MAN

I’ve always had an inner mountain man. I’m one of those guys who feels he was born a hundred years too late. Deep inside me is a grizzled old man yearning to live off the land and fight Indians—although nowadays … Continue reading

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TAKES A LICKING …

I still remember the old Timex watch commercials. They would drop a watch into the ocean where it would be eaten by a fish which would be eaten by a bigger fish which would be eaten by an even bigger … Continue reading

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THE ELVES AND THE STORYMAKER

Sometimes people ask me what is the best part about being a writer. Usually I tell them it’s the creativity, but actually it’s not having to wear a suit or a uniform when I write. I spent twenty-six years having … Continue reading

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