Month: July 2019

The Things That Survive

The few times I drove past the bank in recent years, I was struck with a feeling of vague sadness. A once impressive building had become nothing more than a sad relic of a different era.

A Con in a Can

When I was a kid, the idea of a ham in a can (from an exotic, far away land like Denmark no less) was fascinating. The fact that my parents never bought one only added to its allure.

The Battle of Allen

After 2 hours of fuming and doing my best “guess I’ll go eat worms” act I calmed down and regained rational thought.

I thought about how blessed I am to have a wonderful family that includes a grandson I can’t think about without smiling.