Monthly Archives: September 2013

I can’t sell Jesus

Recently I’ve had a few encounters with a local “old time” gospel preacher. Now there is a lot that completely creeps me out about this dude, not the least of which is his liberal use of Brut aftershave, but perhaps … Continue reading

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I can vs. I should

“Can you eat a pumpkin?” This question popped up on my Twitter feed and I couldn’t resist chiming in. From Little Debbie Pumpkin Delights (yes, those amazing little smiling cookies) to pumpkin-flavored coffee creamer to Pumpkin Pie Pop-Tarts, I find … Continue reading

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Being stuck in life’s motel

Sometimes life just sucks. That’s the conclusion my grandma and I came to Saturday during our weekly phone call. (By the way, if you aren’t calling your grandma at least once a week, you’re doing it wrong. If you don’t … Continue reading

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Being the me who doesn’t suck

“Man, I’m just being me.” If you’ve participated in sports on any level you’ve likely heard that phrase. Typically it’s from the guy who just bricked a fade-a-way 3-point shot while being double teamed or from the kid who completely … Continue reading

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Run from Hell?

“What are you running from?” This was yelled at me once in college, just as a was finishing a few miles on an extremely humid day. At the time, in my out of breathe, sweating, verge of death state, the … Continue reading

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Touchdown dancing and 2013 NFL predictions

I’m not a dancer. Outside of weddings, which by the way always require the playing of “Let Me Clear My Throat,” I’m probably not going to be caught cutting a rug anytime soon. Trust me, this is for both you … Continue reading

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