Zach suggested we watch “A Man Called Otto.” Having known a little about the story, I thought I was prepared for what lay ahead. I was not.
For Jaxon and the Class of 2023
Here’s some advice and guidance to the new crop of young adults heading out into this uncertain world, advice I wish I would have gotten.
A 100-Woman Pile-Up
It’s no secret that I often use my column to vent or to make fun of a current situation. Well, here I go again.
What’s Cologuard, you ask? Well it’s the new non-invasive alternative to a colonoscopy. Yep. You read that right.
This Is a Story About a Hole
Aside from the lady crashing her van on account of the spider, the most exciting thing to ever happen on the corner of 3rd and Hwy 82 is the giant hole.
The Elves Did Their Part
In some way Christmas brings out the anxiety in us all. For kids it’s, “Will it ever come?” and for us adults it’s “Will it ever stop?”
A Depressing Christmas Story
Christmas changes as you get older for obvious and not so obvious reasons. I still make iced sugar cookies and leave out one Bud Light for Santa.
The Weight of the World
For me depression is always there. In the quiet and without warning, sometimes the darkness tries to creep back in, and if I’m not prepared, I’ll fall right back down the rabbit hole.
A Tale of Two Psychics
A few years ago, over lunch and a job interview, I met a pet psychic.