Monthly Archives: September 2010

A Bit of Silliness

In a former life, I worked as a manager for a shoe store chain called Shoe Carnival.  Many of you in my half of the United States have probably heard of it, perhaps even shopped there.  They are built on … Continue reading

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Success, or Rolling the Boulder Uphill

First of all, I know I keep saying that I’m going to do better on this whole blog thing and write more frequently.  Part of the problem is that I haven’t had a whole lot to write about lately, at … Continue reading

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One Very Long Year

I had planned to write something today about my mother, who passed away a year ago today, but instead of repeating what I have already written I will instead post what my wife said here: One year ago today, the world lost a remarkable … Continue reading

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Surgically Impaired

In honor of the one-year anniversary of my completing radiation therapy, I offer for your listening pleasure (I could only find an audio version), Stephen Lynch:

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