It has been way too long since I updated this blog. At least this time I have lots of good things to share. Becoming a Family The girls have been here for about six weeks. They started school the day after Labor Day. The life I always wanted is truly starting to feel real! I’m… Continue reading I’m Living the Life I Always Wanted
Tuesday, July 25 at 7:04 PM we had to say goodbye to Desiree’s second guide dog, Val. Below is my goodbye letter to our beloved Val.
In some ways, the reality that Desiree and I will be married in three days seems hard to believe. In other ways, the reality that Desiree and I will be married in three days seems absolutely wonderful! Sitting here in the middle of the night, thinking about our wedding, and looking forward to our life… Continue reading Getting Married Soon
With the politicians and media dutifully doing the bidding of business and convincing most people that the debt ceiling is a serious problem; rather than the manmade policy designed to keep government from working for the people, I thought it would be good for me to share exactly what will happen over the next week… Continue reading There Will be No Default on the Debt
The biggest reason I have not been updating this website is the housing issues Desiree and I have been facing. Going into this, we knew it was going to be hard. Selling a house and finding a new house, as we have been doing, is difficult for everyone. But when you add the sad reality… Continue reading We Have a Home
Night Shift is the latest in Robin Cook’s Jack Stapleton & Laurie Montgomery series. I have read almost all of the Jack and Laurie medical thrillers and several of Robin Cook’s other books. As always with one of Cook’s books, I was entertained and mildly educated by reading Night Shift.
The American League Central will go like this. Cleveland Minnesota Chicago Kansas City Detroit The Cleveland Guardians The guardians are a good team in a bad division. They don’t have the talent to make a serious run in the playoffs, but their solid pitching, good defense, and opportunistic offense will be enough for them to… Continue reading Predicting the American League Central
Scott Turow’s Burden of Proof is another in the Kindle County series. Burden of Proof, like many books in the series, features Alejandro (Sandy) Stern. As a lawyer, I like the Sandy Stern character. I, of course, don’t always agree with Stern, but he is a very well done character. As too are the rest… Continue reading Reviewing Burden of Proof
At 3:22 PM on March 25,th 2022, my beloved Mr. Rogers took his last breath in my lap. A year later, I still think of and miss him so often.
I like a lot of Billy Joel’s songs. But Allentown is one of his songs I like the best. I appreciate the truthful story he tells about the political and business failures and their associated greed that rocked the Midwest in the 1970s and 1980s.