things passed along

     My father is clearly bi-polar. It’s easy to see if you spend an extended amount of time with him. It never was diagnosed, it’s just something you can see. One minute he’s happy, but happy like an adolescent bully who gets his laughs from laughing at who he deems to be less fortunate.… Continue reading things passed along

infinite upward mobility

*written January 31, 2017* I woke up this morning with concern on my mind. I often wonder if I’m doing enough to fulfill my needs and wants. But most of the time, I find myself not concerned with my own well being, but with the wellbeing of others. If I think about it for too… Continue reading infinite upward mobility

waiting at the auto shop….television

*written shortly after the 2016 presidential election. Bullshit whining ensues.* Someone could be a hero here.  If someone could just work up the nerve to turn this television off. This television in the waiting room at the vehicle service center. This television that is profiting from our current presidential foibles, and public disdain/blind patriotism. .… Continue reading waiting at the auto shop….television