Horror of July: Part 1

This past Fourth of July started off as normal as could expected for the year of 2020. Except it turned into a nightmare that my therapist strongly urged me to write down. Sarabeth assured me it would help, and a friend said it would be like purging. I want to get past this. Forgive me for anyContinue reading “Horror of July: Part 1”

Even Life Requires a Coach

Sarabeth and I had a few rough years together, and 2019 was especially turbulent – nearly disastrous. But one year later we are in a much better place, miraculously still together, and actually happy. Aside from some deep introspection, it took the love and support of friends and family, some tough marriage counseling, and theContinue reading “Even Life Requires a Coach”

Waking Up from Heart Surgery

Well, it had to happen eventually, because of my sucky failing heart, the doctors had to shove a camera up there like the paparazzi and snap pictures of my chambers and stuff. The agenda was to set a baseline for when I really start falling apart in ten years, so the doctors will know howContinue reading “Waking Up from Heart Surgery”

Confessions of a Closet Racist

“The only reason racism still exists is because no one will shut up about it.” This is something I’ve said – and believed. See no evil, speak no evil. But that doesn’t do anything about the evil. If anything, it perpetuates the evil. “Just as many white people are getting killed and bullied by theContinue reading “Confessions of a Closet Racist”

How My Son and I Tested Positive

Like a lot of people in early 2020, I was furloughed from my job and was confined to my house in order to practice social distancing. I remember getting the phone call from my boss. I knew it was bad when he started off with: “I hate to be the bearer of bad news .Continue reading “How My Son and I Tested Positive”

Top 10 Good Things that Have Come from the Shutdown

There’s two sides of every coin, lest we take the bad without the good. That’s why I’m listing the top ten things that we got from the shutdown from March to May. 10. Some time off Admittedly not everyone got furloughed or let go due to the coronavirus, but many millions of people did. SoContinue reading “Top 10 Good Things that Have Come from the Shutdown”

Is Our Freedom Ebbing Away?

This post is in response to the article: “Contact Tracing Program Introduced in Kentucky” on Lex18.com. Our newly appointed Kentucky governor introduced a seven month contact tracing program yesterday during a press conference. It’s basically a strategy to follow around  victims of COVID-19 (unspecified as to how) and then health officials will contact the dozensContinue reading “Is Our Freedom Ebbing Away?”