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Luxury Exactly When I Need It Most
Parenting Blog

Luxury Exactly When I Need It Most

Tonight I navigated a minefield of half thoughts, forget-me-nots, botched assignments, personal responsibilities, overpriced mac-n-cheese, and frantic text messages flung from one coast to the other in a hopeful bid to nail down some semblance of a plan. I’ve been a terrible friend, and a worse husband, father, and son. […]

Intimacy 
Writing

Intimacy 

Third floor mattress on the deck AOL dial tone beside the desk Flecks of life beneath bare feet Doughnut boxes and newsprint fingers Lyrics on the cracked white wall Flailing heart on a sleeve A gross misunderstanding of nostalgia Listening to her having sex downstairs With Aaron or Lance or […]

The Day Social Media Died
Hodgepodge

The Day Social Media Died

What would we do if social media, all of it — Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, shit, even LinkedIn and Google+ (wait, that IS dead, right?) — what would we do if all of it went away right now. Poof, gone. No more notifications, no more DMs, no more Likes, no […]

Hodgepodge

Yesterday Morning

The minor key drone of “City Ride” is bouncing off the molded plastic dashboard as the car shimmies at the red light, two turns away from home. To say the expression I’m wearing as I stare without purpose into the morning sunshine is blank would be giving it far too […]

A Hope, A Worry, A Wish and A Prayer As Middle School Approaches
Parenting Blog

A Hope, A Worry, A Wish and A Prayer As Middle School Approaches

There are two handfuls of crabgrass sprouting relentlessly from the jagged cracks in the foundation where the driveway holds hands with the weathered brick walkway guiding footsteps to the front door of our home. This is a tram stop now, the visitor’s center and restrooms are up that path a […]

Let’s Get Political
Politics

Let’s Get Political

A blog, or the internet as a whole for that matter, doesn’t in any way adhere to the conventional societal wisdom of off-limit conversation pieces, those of course being politics, sex and money. In fact, I think the web was built on the second to make the third and is […]

The End of Judgement
Parenting Blog

The End of Judgement

There was a time not so long ago, let’s just call that time ‘yesterday’, when I would have judged you, quietly, to myself in the moment that we two shared without your knowledge but not in nearly as creepy a way as that sounds, and then to my wife later […]

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