I found a neat book today. It was called How to Build a Fire: and Other Handy Things Your Grandfather Knew.


Say again?

I have been accused of saying nothing new.

It happened awhile back with one of my essays, where someone commented that it was old news and was rather disappointed by it. It was a valid accusation: I wasn’t saying anything new, and I knew it. And I kinda felt like I […]

Running with Joy

There comes a moment in everyone’s life (or most everyone’s life, I hope), when you realize you’ve outdone your teacher. It might be something as simple as the day your parents can no longer help you with your homework. Which may just be because it’s been a couple decades since they last took […]