Monthly Archives: August 2014

Matters of scale

Ever since I’ve resumed my walks, something has been nagging at my subconscious.  Today, I finally figured out what’s been bugging me.

I haven’t had to bob and weave over the last couple of weeks.  As you may recall, I … Read the rest

Life irritating art

As yesterday’s post discussed, my entire week of planned writing was demolished by life.  What’s up with that?

I specifically set aside the week, cancelled all tennis and planned out my days with the full expectation of getting started working … Read the rest

What kind of week has it been

As with most people who have streaming services for their TV (Netflix, Amazon, etc.), I enjoy watching various television series I never watched back when they were on air.

Of those, I particularly like the witty banter and controversial takes … Read the rest

I’m not ignorant, I’m just forgetful

My last walk wasn’t as joyous as usual, some sobering health news from my Dad contributing to that.  A phone conversation with my distraught, recently graduated niece ended well, but led me to some pondering.  Why am I always so … Read the rest

Omigosh, my nieces are aliens!

Greetings, nieceling!

This is the most common way weird Uncle Jeffrey says hi to his nieces.  It is this very weirdness that allowed me to pierce the finely woven veil and realize that my nieces are actually aliens.  Need proof?  … Read the rest

Hitting the right notes

They should be around here somewhere.  I’m sure of it.

Oh, hey!  I’m just scrounging through all my miscellaneous pads, sheets, paper and whatnot trying to find my scribbled notes on my other book ideas.  I’m certain I wrote them … Read the rest