You want an update on me? I am happy. I am at peace. I am super effing excited for the future. I go Wednesday to schedule my classes for next semester at Kent. Because I've been on probation for a thousandy years, I'm only allowed to come back part-time, but once I kick the crap … Continue reading Back in a flash
My sister told me I made her cry in a crowded bar with my last post, and that's no bueno, Emilio, so how about some good news to cheer us up? Mathew. Is coming home. THIS IS NOT A DRILL YOU GUYS!!!! My goodest buddy Mat is coming home from Utah for a visit and … Continue reading Ain’t that some shit?
Years ago, our family went to our friends' house to show off our newborn daughter, Ginger. She was only a few weeks old, and she slept the entire time we were there. Our friends were...strange. They were very fundamentally Christian and after listening to them threaten their daughters with wooden spoons, I was anxious to … Continue reading Sketti
Greetings from Angel Falls in Akron's magnificent Highland Square neighborhood. Robin and I are caffeinating while Kyle is next door getting a tattoo he earned a long, long time ago. Sadly, he's having technical difficulties, so we may just be here to get coffee. Nothing wrong with a little suspense, right? I'm on Day 1 … Continue reading Oh, grow up
A few days ago, the last World of Lore book, "Dreadful Places" came out. I loved the first two, so when the third was announced, I was excited. You see, I am highly fascinated with insane asylums and, in general, the early days of psychology. I just knew this book would feature some of my … Continue reading Bianca
I'm a sucker for free stuff, especially if it's free stuff of some value. When an ad came in the mail from our jeweler for a free necklace, no strings attached, I went gunning for that mo'fo. It helped that I also needed to take my sparkly wedding ring to be rhodium plated. Hang on … Continue reading The point that got away
It's been a rough year, but I have come to understand that The Universe wanted me to learn a lesson. I would have appreciated a less heart-wrenching approach, but I needed beat about my head and body with this one, evidently. The lesson is this: Not every opportunity that crosses my path is meant for … Continue reading Not meant for me