Ego- The Lifeblood of My Story (and Yours)

Ego- The Lifeblood of My Story (and Yours)

The key to my writing is my ever-growing ego.  There, I finally said it. (Thank you, Dr. Freud.) And believe me, if you knew me, my personality, and my life story, you would understand the irony because, well, self-confidence and me haven’t exactly seen eye to...
All We Need To Know

All We Need To Know

The Story of Our Past Points the Way to Our Future I write about the past because I’m one of those who believes that seeds planted long ago bear the richest fruit today, certainly when it comes to storytelling, if not life itself. As a writer and amateur historian,...
Moonlight in Wisconsin

Moonlight in Wisconsin

A Lesson in Baseball — and Life He was the only player in the history of baseball to make it to the Major Leagues from Class E minor league ball. Not bad, considering the lowest official designation in the game has always been Class D. He was a thirty-six-year-old...
Till Death Do Us Part…

Till Death Do Us Part…

Reflections on Losing the Love of One’s Life They are common words, so common they’ve become at times nothing short of cliched. Then again, at face value alone they mean the world — and beyond — for countless souls past and present. This all came to mind when I read...
Happy Birthday, Awful Gardner

Happy Birthday, Awful Gardner

True story. Life didn’t come cheap for Hezekiah Orville “Awful” Gardner. He came into this world sometime in 1825 (no record survives as to the exact date) and died seventy years later locked away in an Insane Asylum. In between, he certainly earned his nickname — and...

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