Posts Tagged ‘family’

It has been a while. It has been a time. What a time.   It’s hard for me to say where I have been. I don’t want to say where I’ve been, but I can give you a glimpse. If the flow of this talk (can we call it that?) seems out of  order it’s […]


“Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another city.” – George Burns Over the holiday season, we are all bound to see some extended family at some point. This class of relatives is definitely a source for stress for everyone, good or bad. I can say, as a dad, as a person with […]


A father’s job is so poorly defined in modern western society. I don’t want to romanticize the past, but it seems like once upon a time, a father’s job was to go to work and bring home a paycheck, teach the child how to play a sport and maybe how to fight, and if he […]


My Dad, my Hero I have this incredible job! I get to be a real live hero! Or at least I will try to be. I know that kids look up to their parents (by design, by default, or by some other loving magic) and I love this feeling that I get when one of […]


First off, I’d like to say thanks for coming to this page. I truly hope that you can get something out of it and I can help. Intro: I am a Dad first, a husband second . . . and then after many other things, I have bipolar type II. I am an explorer, a […]