Posts Tagged: single

Life after Death

‘Tis the season, indeed! The next six weeks are traditionally reserved for holidays around families.  While being single and never married means I don’t have my own little fireplace gathering (as if we need fireplaces in South Florida), I still have family to spend the holidays with. Despite many tales of cheer revolving around my family… Read more »

A family takes time

How do all you people do it? I’ve often wondered what my life would have been like if I had married and had a family.  Those thoughts occurred more frequently in the last few years (perhaps because I have had more time to think about things in those years). I’ve never come up with a… Read more »

Visiting kids

No post yesterday, despite being rained out for tennis.  Worn down from a kid visit and late night poker.  Let’s pick it up early today before wishing everyone a happy holiday weekend. I’ve mentioned before how much I like kids.  All shapes, sizes and ages.  The feeling seems to be mutual.  Kids (and dogs) all seem… Read more »

No more mouths to feed

You wouldn’t have to be a detective in the class of the famed (and fictional) Sherlock Holmes to figure out I enjoy cooking.  There are literally dozens of clues strewn throughout the many posts in this blog.  I believe there might even be one entirely on cooking, which constitutes a bit more than a “clue”…. Read more »

Matchmaker, Matchmaker

I’m a marked man. No, I’ve not done anything important enough to warrant a contract out on me.  I’ve not run over any pets, jinxed any sports teams or otherwise engaged the wrath of townsfolk to light fires under a straw effigy of me.  In fact, as I’ve represented myself fairly consistently through this blog,… Read more »