When I was working as a teacher, I always had a headache. It ranged from low-grade to crippling migraine, but it was always there hovering over me like death and taxes.
I managed to go without cooking for three days just by planning to make tuna and macaroni salad.
Well, “sold” isn’t the right word, since I won’t be receiving actual compensation. At this point in my writing career, however, a publication credit is compensation enough. Continue reading
I started my first draft of Erosion sometime in April of 2012. Continue reading
During a trip to Washington this past Saturday we took Ian to see an Imax film about the invasion of Normandy. Continue reading
I am a pessimist both by nature and inclination, and I project this to the world. People who know me would tell you this first if you asked about me. So why do I get disappointed? Continue reading
I really hate amusement parks. Continue reading
Well, it’s been almost a month since my last blog.
I promised myself that I’d blog something every day, even if it was only a single word. Continue reading
I got back this past Saturday after three weeks on the road. I saw a lot of sights in my native Pittsburgh — Point State Park, the Monongahela Incline, and the fantastic overlook at the city in Mt. Washington. Continue reading