Dec
9
2014

Friendships are very special, especially the ones that extend many years. My close friend, Steve Wade, passed from this life to the next last week. Our friendship began in 1967 and we have tread many different waters together during those 47 years; some fun ones and some troubled ones as we played music together, enjoyed […]

Dec
3
2014

Many of us remember the TV sitcom from the 1970’s, All in the Family. Archie Bunker, the gruff, bigoted, but really a soft-touch at heart, husband was the main character. His son-in-law, the free-spirited, hippie type, Mike Stivic (dubbed “Meat Head” by Archie) was one of Archie’s main antagonists. In one episode, Mike and Archie […]

Oct
8
2014

An elderly man was laying on his deathbed at home. He called his wife to his side to give final instructions for when he passed. “Martha,” he said (I don’t know why ‘Martha’ always takes the wife’s role in these things.) “Before I die, go to the shed and get that large jug with the […]

Sep
27
2014

 Time – it is that which we all possess. It is very valuable to all of us, but cannot be purchased, only spent. Time is priceless, but it costs us nothing. It is kind to some and harsh to others. Time can be killed, but not destroyed. It can be redeemed, but it is never […]

Aug
19
2014

We all observe it, and involve ourselves in it daily – the cell phone, emails, texts and all that goes with them. Technology is great and useful, but it certainly can be annoying and unproductive if we aren’t careful. Let’s face it, we are all locked into social media on some level. Whether you only […]