When I was younger, I used to sing. By many people, I was told I sang really well. I had one of those brains that could hear music, feel music, and translate it into something wonderful. Though many people told me I could sing well, I hated the sound of my own voice. I began […]

I don’t know if you have Netflix or not, but there’s something I recommend you watch. The series “Somebody Feed Phil” start Phil Rosenthal, the creator, writer, and executive producer of “Everybody Loves Raymond”. Even if you didn’t like that show, I still strongly suggest you watch at least one episode of this series on […]

When I was a kid, like many of you, I enjoyed playing in the rain. Not just jumping in the puddles and watching the water splash, but feeling the drops as you are outside in the giant natural shower. I imagine it’s partly the reason when you grow up that you prefer taking a shower […]

Take a look at the title of this post again. What are you thinking? There are a couple different aspects of fear and power that come to mind for me. Before discussing specific ways I see these two things interacting, let me discuss the broad scope of their interaction that I see, and you probably […]

It has been months. In those months, I have been busy on a personal level, but also didn’t want to post anything with all the stuff that has happened in those months. I don’t need to do a recap, but it was enough that I didn’t want to be another voice in a sea of […]

While I was growing up, my family moved around a lot. This made me perpetually the new kid in every school I studied, and caused two different issues with making friends. One issue was that, because I was new, and also because I was on the nerdy side as a new kid, I was a […]

I meant to post this on New Year’s day, but the new year is starting fairly busy. It looks like quite few places are cold, the East Coast is getting snow in places that haven’t seen snow in decades, we have presidents getting in Twitter arguments over button sizes, and a great many other things […]