Long ago, we determined my love for human interest stories. Add to it the fact that I am forever on the side of the underdog. Heartwarming stories about real-life successes in spite of being dealt tough conditions are my favorite stories.
Well, be advised. I’ve found my favorite so far. His name is Devon Berry. I wish I knew him. Hopefully, someday we’ll meet. It would be my distinct pleasure. (more…)
Dr. Steve Buckingham, a man who disliked frivolous euphemisms, passed away on November 24, 2015. Among his many accomplishments as a doctor, I wish to extol his lesser-known achievements. (more…)
A week ago this past Thursday morning, I received a text message from my loving, caring and hot, albeit absent wife. She was in Boston for a meeting. I can’t give you much detail on the nature of her business while she was there, but the picture she sent me at precisely 7:34 a.m. was priceless. (more…)
Yes, I’m senescent. Recollection is fading on occasion. Not always, but every once in a while, I give people that confused, head-cocked, forehead-furrowed, blank stare that telegraphs that I have no idea what is being discussed. If a sentence starts out with “Hey, remember in 1980 when…,” I will have very little chance of remembering, unless of course it was of monumental status. Sports memories hold better than most other subjects. Likewise, movies stick to my memory – especially the great ones. (more…)