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3SP: In Passing

2015/08/13 Tim 6

At the end of April this year my father had his aortic valve replaced. In mid-May we celebrated his 90th birthday. In mid-June we celebrated […]

The Gift of Laughter

2015/08/07 Tim 8

My father had a reputation for creatively wrapping gifts. There was the always classic big box that held a smaller box that held a smaller […]

RRR: Family Values

2015/07/10 Tim 8

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. I’m attending a family reunion this weekend — lots of distractions to keep me from finishing anything new. Please enjoy this little […]

Distant Thunder

2015/07/03 Tim 4

Do I want to watch the fireworks? You know, it would have been our 50 year anniversary today, your Grandma and me — God rest […]

Glad Max, Furry Rogue

2015/06/19 Tim 4

“Sit!” I gave the verbal command with as much authority as I could muster along with a hand signal and then blew a corresponding code […]

Red Sky at Mourning

2015/06/12 Tim 6

The sky was blood-red, tinting the faces of everyone in the crowd. It should have been beautiful. It should have felt warm. But those faces […]

ZA!

2015/06/05 Tim 10

“Nuts?” I was confused and obviously looked it. “You ordered the Junkyard Special. That comes with gears, sprockets, springs, bolts, and nuts. Not everyone likes […]

Fowl Shots, Part 2

2015/06/02 Tim 0

Along with the Canada Geese who like to hang out in Brown Park are a lot of ducks — they all appear to be Mallards […]

Afraid of Nothing

2015/05/29 Tim 12

I am afraid of nothing. I volunteered for this voyage in the hopes of reaching “the promised land” — a new world, a new, unexplored […]

The Paper Lie

2015/05/26 Tim 2

I like to call it the Paper Lie. It’s website sports the title, “Be a publisher.” But this is publishing in the feeblest sense of […]

Misdirection

2015/05/22 Tim 8

Assistant District Attorney Dan Nash shook his head. “I’m sorry,” he said, “but the evidence is all circumstantial. Even if we indict Joe Bonner there’s […]