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Redefining “Success”

(This post is part one of a two part idea I have been meditating on this weekend. I’m hoping to have a few moments to write the second half this evening or tomorrow.) If you would have told me when I was twenty that at age 32, I would have stayed married for nine years, … Continue reading

My hypocrisy knows no bounds.

Tombstone is one of my all time favorite movies. It is the favorite of many guys my age, I have discovered. Val Kilmer gives one the most endearing performances as Doc Holliday. Throughout the film, Doc makes several mentions of his hypocrisy. We can infer that his references are related to his siding with law … Continue reading

My body is a temple… hosting a kegger.

I have a love/hate relationship with my body. One the one hand, my body allows me to enjoy all of things I really love: bacon, sex, music, coffee, beer, hugs, writing, cuddles, etc… But on the other hand, it’s also the primary indicator that I am dying a slow and painful death, day in and … Continue reading