Relax, it's Sunday
Posted on July 26, 2015
Today is Sunday and that means I don’t have to get up early or rush into the office. It is a good day. I rarely plan out my Sundays because I don’t want to get tied down into doing any one thing in particular. It’s my day to be lazy if I want to.
The Greatest Purchase
Posted on June 26, 2015
Last Friday I stopped by a yard sale on the north end of Plymouth and made the greatest purchase of my life - a $3 bug zapper.
The Confederate Flag
Posted on June 25, 2015
So the focus this week has switched from the murder of nine black church-goers to a nationwide attack on the Confederate flag. My Facebook feed has been replete with arguments for and against the display, sale and meaning of this flag.
Drama in Walkertucky
Posted on April 02, 2015
Earlier this week, a family run pizza shop in the small town of Walkerton was visited by a reporter from a local news station. Apparently, the owners of the restaurant didn’t realize that their words would soon be resonating across the Internet. Feeling th…
Additional Thoughts on the New Law
Posted on March 30, 2015
Now that we’ve had a few days to soak in the signing of Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act by Governor Pence, let’s touch upon a few facts. If you think that this bill wasn’t crafted with explicit intention of discrimination, then I must object to…
What Have You Done?
Posted on March 27, 2015
It’s been quite some time since I’ve written a blog post, but it would appear that today is the day I break my blog silence. Things have been so busy (and professionally frustrated) that I just haven’t had the energy to write. However, events this week hav…
Posted on December 12, 2014
As the Christmas cards come flowing into my mailbox, I’m forced into the realization that the holiday is fast approaching and I have yet to do much shopping. It’s typical for me. Most years I wait until Christmas Eve. I suspect that this year won’t be much…