Welcome to My Words
These illustrated essays are, perhaps, humorous and philosophical. They are undoubtedly a diversion from the important tasks demanding your attention.
- 9 July 2006 - Singing A Hymn - Journal excerpts from 1990.
- 3 July 2006 - Servant - A short essay about my faithful digital companion, my electronic servant that responds whenever I lift a finger, or drop one.
- 19 May 2006 - I Saw Her: A Dream Interpreted - Magic with handtools and an essential insight into romance.
- 24 March 2002 - The Bookcase Quiz. We celebrate completion of two built-in bookcases
with a tea party and a quiz.
- 17 December 2000 - Time travel at Christmas.
- 10 December 2000 - How
do you follow a star if you're not wise?
- 3 December 2000 - In a Christmas frenzy? I envy you.
- 26 November 2000 - I concede defeat in my first public election.
- 19 November 2000 - Adults are ignorant. Advice for three new ignoramuses.
- 12 November 2000 - Counting isn't measuring -- counting can be accurate.
- 5 November 2000 - I find the missing piece of a jigsaw puzzle. Is this a fact or a sign?
- 29 October 2000 - Al Gore seeks votes from the most powerful block of voters in America -- the cynical, the ironically detached, and the simply indifferent.
- 22 October 2000 - Every leaf that falls is a work of art, but who's the artist?
- 15 October 2000 - Are "Delicious Crayfish" and "Delightful Labour"
oxymorons? Not if you're from Louisiana.
- 8 October 2000 - Our civilization, this "Age of Information," is like a wide,
shallow river. Everywhere you look, information has increased but our
attention has not.
- 24 September 2000 - Is there a good alternative to discipline and work?
- Mark Twain on Writing - He believed writing should never be work.
- 17 September 2000 - Home and garden magazines are really soft porn.
- 10 September 2000 - We find people are easy to love, a challenge to love, and impossible
- 3 September 2000 - I surround myself with books, CDs, coins, and souveniers.
- 27 August 2000 - What doom does an upset stomach portend?
- 20 August 2000 - Short-faced yellow jackets are a blessing.
- 13 August 2000 - No longer
a managing editor, I become a painter.
- 28 July 2000 - Two men
discuss auto accidents and premonitions.
- 23 July 2000 - A simple
life is neither desireable nor possible.
- 9 July 2000 - A few lazy
summer thoughts on vacations.
- 4 July 2000 - Natural
materials, hand-made objects, and Gandhi.
- 25 June 2000 - What makes
a day memorable?
- 18 June 2000 - Wedding anniversaries, prime numbers, and mental health.
- 11 June 2000 - Cynicism
-- the most contagious disease.
- 4 June 2000 - Keys are
a comfort when you run out of paint.
- 21 May 2000 - Arden celebrates its 100th Birthday. Long live the King!
- 14 May 2000 - The mysteries
of living that confront us all.
- 7 May 2000 - These eyes
of mine have seen.
- 30 April 2000 - An exercise
- 16 April 2000 - Few choose the road I choose. Why not?
- 9 April 2000 - A dog, a tree, a fish, and a movie star make me happy.
- 2 April 2000 - I take comfort in the concept of Partial Reinforcement.
- 26 March 2000 - When is
- 19 March 2000 - The work of a lifetime and a 210-year-old farmhouse.
- 12 March 2000 - I start work in Pennsylvania, look at a house in Delaware, and pray for my father-in-law in Texas.
- 5 March 2000 - Indecision might be difficult to live with. On the other hand . . .
- 27 February 2000 - Who would have guessed I'd turn out like this?
- 20 February 2000 - Arden artists, a faint-hearted man, looking for work, and trademarks.
- 30 January 2000 - A short letter digging out of seven more inches of snow.
- 23 January 2000 - Tutu, Ali, King and Schultke; Plumbing Problems; Snow.
- 16 January 2000 - Our move to Delaware, new communities, Barb's new job, my appendectomy
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