April 17, 2020

Some people may not know this about me, but I have farming in my blood. My ancestors were farmers in Missouri on my mom’s side. And I used to work […]

March 7, 2020

Lately, I’ve had more time on my hands than I normally would. So I’ve been reading all the books that I’ve been wanting to read, but somehow never had time […]

March 27, 2019

About a month ago, while searching for something to watch on Netflix while I washed the dishes, I came across a great documentary series featuring interviews with Joseph Campbell. The […]

April 15, 2010

I haven’t written in a while, and I apologize for leaving you in silence for so long. I was writing regularly, and then poof nothing. Can’t even say why I […]

February 17, 2010

I can’t remember when it happened really, my aversion to Hemingway. It must have been in high school. I vaguely recall watching a few clips of “The Old Man and […]

February 11, 2010

“You can erase someone from your mind. Getting them out of your heart is another story.” (tagline from Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) “I loved you on this day. […]

January 4, 2009

Books to read in 2009: Revolutionary Road Choke Winter’s Tale (half done with this) Marie Antoinette The Duchess 100 Years of Solitude Light in August The English Patient Tori Amos: […]

January 4, 2009

This year I’m going to keep track of the books I read and I’m going to try to read more. I’m also going to try to write more. So I […]

October 23, 2007

I have never been that fond of cell phones. It’s a bit crazy how popular they’ve become in such a short period of time. I used to have this really […]

July 29, 2006

By the way, I finally finished “Memnoch,” by Anne Rice. I’m now working on the next book, “The Vampire Armand.” But I haven’t gotten past the first one or two […]