I'm a dad, you know. And I'm a granddad. My son had a couple of granddads. Both of them are gone now. They both left way too early to teach my son some of the differing and significant ways for him to truly appreciate the both of them. But they each left my young son just enough of their different selves. And what they left is certainly significant.
It is indisputable that the sense of adventure found in the hearts of my son and his mother came ...<< MORE >>
Breaking news from Chapel Hill! A major local protest broke out February 15 on MLK Boulevard near downtown Chapel Hill. The only seven men who still play hand ball in town gathered outside the local YMCA to protest the Y's decision to close the handball courts. Police were not called in.
I love that town. I went to school there – at The University of North Carolina. After I finished my education, I moved back home to Jacksonville, Florida. I found work in my field of ...<< MORE >>
Pride takes many forms, I suppose. And its existence follows many twists and turns. When a sense of pride can evolve from a bald face lie presented within easy earshot of a man's adult son, the dad's student of morality for 28 years, well I'd say that is a twist and a turn.
This is not a funny Lunar. It is not a sad one, either. Unless one feels that a dad lying to someone in need while his son is standing there with him is either ...<< MORE >>