Being a social butterfly isn’t in my comfort zone, and I’ve always been envious of those who can go into new situations and immediately feel at ease. I still have moments of being quiet and not overly outgoing in social situations. Mom enrolled me in tee-ball when I was very young, probably five or six. …… Continue reading Ode to Garrett
He’s a little skittish and sometimes the loud noises scare him. Once, he even knocked off the power cord to my laptop, caused a loud bang, and ran around with a fire hose effect. Cleanup on aisle 3! My little buddy still is a little skittish, even after all these months, and he seems to…… Continue reading Gratitude Journal Day 5: My Little Buddy, Franklin
Do we live in such an angry world? Are things spiraling downward into chaos, a world where people cannot discuss or tolerate anyone who is different? Sometimes I think this is the case. People are bickering at alarming levels at political rallies and debates. Mobs of people are marching for various protests, and come into…… Continue reading Life and Times in an Angry World?
Throughout my childhood, many of my cherished memories are of my mom and dad being at my baseball games. I started with t-ball at an early age, and played in our city league in Delray Beach, FL until I was sixteen, and after moving up to North Carolina, I played until I finished high school.…… Continue reading In Honor of my Friend, Garrett: A Long Delayed Eulogy