Monthly Archives: January 2012
YouTube caption: “Dicken feat. Milah & Korben: ‘Everything Counts.’ Pretty sure no CGI work.
My guess is that, for the average 10-year old, memories are highly selective. As an adult, what you remember about being 10 years old will rely upon the experiences of your immediate family, close friends and certain other inner-circle types … Continue reading
Long story short: I ended up with my daughter’s Kindle, which has several novels loaded onto it for last year’s school reading. One of the books is Slaughterhouse 5 by Kurt Vonnegut, a book I was assigned in high school … Continue reading
When you live with others and attempting to put together a dinner for friends and/or family – even if it’s just you and your pre-adolescent children – one of the considerations – perhaps even 75 percent of the consideration – … Continue reading
My oldest child is about the graduate from college, which means, from a parent’s perspective, that this kid is about to get tossed into the grinder of the worst job market for young people since the invention of job markets … Continue reading