Monthly Archives: November 2012

Out on a limb

          Out on a limb  The theme should make itself clear… Tote that bale! Above board – Early trading ships would hide illegal cargo below the ship’s deck.  Legal cargo could be placed in plain view on deck, or “above boards” of the deck.  Therefore, anything that was legal was called “above… Read more »

Miss Communication

      Miss Communication She’s back and she’s still fixated on crime and criminals.  This time, read some tidbits from random probation reports: Mr. Jones advised he was not able to report to the probation officer as his wife was pregnant and began to have contraptions. He just thought of it on the sperm of… Read more »

A senior moment

Every year for the past 20 years, I have usually grown a beard for the winter, shaving it off roughly six months later on my birthday.  This generally coincides with being bearded for Thanksgiving. The last couple years, I forswore the beard and went fuzz-free through all the seasons.  I was bored with the baby-fresh… Read more »

Reading is good food

I had the special pleasure of being invited to the kickoff of an exciting program called “Boynton Reads”.  I’d like to share some of the details with you. I was tipped off to the program by my ever-helpful Dad.  He is always scanning things he feels dovetail with either my writing career or my natural… Read more »

The sounds of man

It’s been a while since the last blog.  Frankly, I just didn’t have much fodder for blogging and my long-standing motto is “better no blog than a bad blog”. Of course, some of you might take issue with the posts I considered “good” blogs, but dem’s da breaks when you follow a personal blog.  Now, read… Read more »