Homecoming Floats

While Kay-Kay and I were in California last week visiting the grandkids, I drove by my four-year-old grandson Goober’s putative future high school. The football team was out on the field for a partial-pads scrimmage. And there is no sure sign of the school year...

Circa 1935

[You can read more stories from Skeeterville HERE.] I just spent a week back in my old hometown of Skeeterville. Maybe it’s just me, but either everybody there has gotten much cooler or I’m much less of a jerk than I was in high school. I’m open to either possibility....

Why I Love Shakespeare

I’ve used a favorite Shakespeare quote in business correspondence several times over the years. It’s from the first act of Julius Caesar: There is a tide in the affairs of men, Which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. Omitted, all the voyage of their life is...

Candy Is Dandy

With Thanksgiving behind us—and having survived the Hunger Games of Black Friday—it is officially The Christmas Season. Really. Although you may be forgiven for imagining that the season began after Halloween, what with all the Big Boxes clearing out their “Seasonal”...
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