Draw MY Daddy

draw

“Daddy, draw me a tarantula,” said my four-year-old. So I drew her a massive spider with eight huge, hairy legs. [ Read More ]

Week Long Wandering

lost

I once visited America and got lost twice on the way to the theater in Atlanta. Being a greenhorn alien to this land goes hand in hand with having direction troubles. [ Read More ]

Gee, Thanks for the Help

golf

At our golf club, members enter their scores on a computer after each round they play. Following a particularly frustrating game, I inadvertently entered a score higher than it actually was. I was trying to correct the error when our golf pro walked by. “How can I fix this score?” I complained. “Lessons!” he replied. … [ Read More ]

Hotel Freebies

hotel

We got lucky when we heard the old Hotel Manfredi Suite in our place, Rome, was getting a face-life and its beautiful maple doors became available for sale as salvage items. [ Read More ]

Zinged By My Family: Episode 1, A Senior and A Senior Citizen

To quote Rodney Dangerfield, the simple fact is “I get no respect”. [ Read More ]

Who’s the Culprit?

theater

My son used to take part in a theater restaurant that performed mystery plays. While the shows were quite entertaining, the food left a lot to be desired. [ Read More ]

A Deep Resounding You

wife

One evening my wife and I were watching a television show. “Wow, what a hunk!” she commented on one of the actors. [ Read More ]

Problems Hear and There

wife

My wife and I, both a little hard of hearing, were watching golf on TV. [ Read More ]

What Grade Are You In?

Let me set the scene: I’m 27, and I’ve been teaching middle school for three years. I have a master’s degree, I’ve traveled the world, and I’ve successfully solicited grant money for research. While I’m short and look relatively young for my age, I manage to command the attention of students with a good degree … [ Read More ]

Leaving a Bad Driving Impression

shopping

At the grocery store, I happened to grab a shopping cart with a skewed wheel. This caused me endless difficulty as I struggled up and down the aisles. [ Read More ]

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