“A [BAD] DAY IN THE LIFE OF …”

“A [BAD] DAY IN THE LIFE OF …”

Nov. 30, 2021 by

            Following is an email that I sent to my sister.  Thinking about it, I thought, “Why should I just vent to her when I can spread the load around

“One Amateur’s Approach to Cartooning”

“One Amateur’s Approach to Cartooning”

Nov. 23, 2021 by

         A few years ago I was showing one of my cartoons to someone who then asked, “How long does it take to draw a cartoon?”  The answer varies, of

“It’s Me, Again, Being Petty”

“It’s Me, Again, Being Petty”

Nov. 18, 2021 by

         Here’s my question: what is that substance that refuses to be cleaned off the glazing of my car?  Whatever it is, it’s persistent.  And deeply annoying.  It seems that

“Spoiled, Bratty Americans”

“Spoiled, Bratty Americans”

Nov. 11, 2021 by

         This morning, as I was concluding my devotional time by praying for situations and people, I thought about praying for the President, which I know I should do every

“And Then I Met Eddie”

“And Then I Met Eddie”

Nov. 2, 2021 by

         The Union College (KY) Homecoming weekend turned out to be only one day, not a whole weekend, this year because of COVID concerns.  However, Evelyn and I stretched it

“My Thermometer”

“My Thermometer”

Oct. 22, 2021 by

         In my filing cabinet is a drawer packed with manila folders labeled for various owners’ manuals about a plethora of products that inhabit my home.  The folders are broken

“A LONG SEMINAR”

“A LONG SEMINAR”

Oct. 13, 2021 by

         I had the privilege of being part of a seminar on Tuesday, Oct. 12, “participating” (more like “observing”) the proceedings online as the featured speaker, the Rev. Dr. Tom

“Did Jesus Sing?”

“Did Jesus Sing?”

Oct. 6, 2021 by

         I’m not sure why the question popped into my head, but it did anyway.  I wondered if Jesus ever sang.           He certainly knew the psalms, and, while they

“Carl, the Loser”

“Carl, the Loser”

Sep. 28, 2021 by

         It was during my college years that I first became aware that “Carl” (or “Karl”) meant “loser.”           If you’re old enough to remember the “Mad Libs” games, then

“Xfinity Eternity”

“Xfinity Eternity”

Sep. 21, 2021 by

         As of this writing I have been the customer of four different cell phone providers since I retired nine years ago: Verizon, T-Mobile, Consumer Cellular, and as of yesterday,