Monthly Archives: September 2012

Keyboard Kalamities

Everyone has an indispensable tool they need to work. In a bank, it’s a calculator. In an operating room, it’s a scalpel. On my desk, as a writer, it’s the keyboard. I am having keyboard issues. When I retire, I … Continue reading

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The Day I Lied to Elvis

Last week I wrote about our every-seven-year tradition of renewing our wedding vows. Our second wedding unexpectedly took place on a spring weekend in Las Vegas – unexpected because I never thought my prim German wife would agree to be … Continue reading

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Another Wedding

One of my blogging compatriots, Delia Lloyd, writes about Finding Yourself in Adulthood. An American writer living with her family in London, she recently posted Five Ways Weddings Make You Feel Young. I can’t argue with her choices – dancing, … Continue reading

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Hypocrisy Running Rampant

I was going to wait until closer to the election to savage the Republican presidential ticket, but it seemed more appropriate to do so in the middle of their post-convention “bounce.” These guys are making me really cranky, and I … Continue reading

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