Archive > April 2012

Bucket List? What Bucket List?

Even though I’m a big fan of both Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson, I don’t have a bucket list. This phrase pops up frequently in our modern society, and when I heard it the other day, it made me think.  For those of you who don’t know, a bucket list is a list of all […]

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Hillbilly 101

In keeping with my current theme about misconceptions, I thought I would offer a little clarity to those of you out in Readerland who think you know what a “hillbilly” or “redneck” is. I was born, raised, and still live in the greatest of all hillbilly states–West Virginia.  In the course of my life I […]

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Gotta Go–My Shows Are On

Well, it happened again.  I watched the news. This morning I had the great joy of hearing that some Democratic strategist has criticized Ann Romney for being a stay at home mom.  The strategist, Hilary Rosen, said that Ann could be of no use on economic issues because she had “never worked a day in […]

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Saint in a Wheelchair

Sometimes I think our lives consist of one misconception after another.  This is mostly true with things people don’t have personal experience with.  For example, I have the misconception that all politicians are crooked liars who would knock their own mothers off a chair if they thought she was sitting on a dollar.  Of course, […]

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The Tale of the Long, Long Curtain

I love writing.  I especially love writing this blog, because it’s a form of therapy for me.  However, this annoying little thing keeps interfering with my blogging. Life. Don’t get me wrong.  I’m not one to complain about my various responsibilities.  I have always had the feeling that if I complained too much about my […]

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