The dog that smelled like steak

September 20, 2016 0

As long as there is a microwave oven and a freezer with frozen meals of some kind, Jean and I have done a pretty decent job of raising sons who are self-sufficient in the kitchen. […]

Broken glasses and plastic cups

September 7, 2016 0

Several years ago when my youngest son was still in elementary school, I banned him from using glass containers for hydrating himself with fluids. Robert, it seemed, had a drinking problem in that he couldn’t […]

Chicken tenders for dinner

August 18, 2016 0

Jean had some kind of thing she was going to the other evening – some Christian motivational singer or a fundraiser for some kind of charitable thing or something. After 21 years of marriage, I […]

Broke down in Harrison’s Jeep

August 2, 2016 0

Harrison was still at the beach Friday morning when his little brothers and I decided to take his 1990 Jeep Wrangler to run a couple of errands. As I noted in my column last week, […]

Field Marshaling at the Oconee Cup

June 13, 2016 0

I’m not sure if the by-laws of the Oconee Cup require that it be held on the first really hot day of the summer or if the Old Farmer’s Almanac determines that the first really […]

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