Lessons I Learned from Nana

My grandmother, my last remaining grandparent, passed away last week at the age of 92. We called her “Nana.” She wasn’t the kind of person who sat around dispensing nuggets of wisdom, but I learned a lot about life just from her example. Hey, if you can’t learn something from someone who’s cleared 92 years, you’re just not paying attention. Here More …

7th Anniversary

Today is my seventh wedding anniversary, and the only surprising thing to me is that my wife hasn’t yet figured out that she could do better. Shhh! Nobody tell her! Your grandparents weren’t lying, kids: it really does get better every year. Happy anniversary, Rachel. Here’s the preview video that we played at our wedding.

An Attempt to Explain the Current Madness

As I mentioned previously, I’m trying to stay away from politics for the sake of my mental and intestinal health. I’m having limited success, because it’s not like trying to keep from rubbernecking at a car crash; it’s like trying to keep from rubbernecking as the Hindenburg plows into a football stadium full of Elvis impersonators driving monster trucks through live electrical More …