Tag Archives: small towns

Mother’s Day.

Once in a while, I will reprint my weekly column on this site. I kind of run hot and cold on this practice and my mood usually centers around whether or not I think I might eventually get up the … Continue reading

Posted in Awake in the middle of the night, back home in Indiana, nostalgia | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

An attempt at a Christmas letter.

Again this year, Susie asked me to send Holiday greetings to our friends with E-mail accounts. As with last year, I still hesitate to do this, figuring our friends are at least worth the price of a Christmas Card and … Continue reading

Posted in travels with susie, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

The #1 World History Event in my lifetime.

For those of you who do not subscribe to the Mooresville, Martinsville or Loogootee, Indiana newspapers, I am attaching a copy of the text for my column for this week. The end of the world’s Camelot and the beginning of … Continue reading

Posted in back home in Indiana | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

road trip part four – turn loose of that girl, pilgrim.

Being a small town guy at heart, I have always been suspicious of gambling towns such as Reno; denizens of evil as it were. Naturally, I was on the alert when I encountered the subject of last week’s column which … Continue reading

Posted in travels with susie | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Welcome to the world of collecting.

It’s early (for me) on a cool, crisp beautiful Sunday morning. The sun is trying and succeeding at peeking through the trees surrounding our porch. My wife, Susie, is sleeping in but I don’t know how since our dog, Poco, … Continue reading

Posted in a letter from home, back home in Indiana, interesting observations | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

And now comes the hard part.

For those of you who were not aware, I have been in the hospital since last tuesday awaiting surgery on my gallbladder but because I am on a bloodthinner due to my atrial fibrillation issues, I had to wait several … Continue reading

Posted in curmudgeon, nostalgia | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Signs of impending old age – #34

My last column in June turned out to be a struggle for me to write. Most of the time, the nonsense seems to just flow from my psyche but for some reason, this one did not. It seemed jerky and … Continue reading

Posted in curmudgeon, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment