• Why I Walk

    Originally published on 7-11-2014 I have a picture of one of Baby C’s uncles hanging in his room. A picture of a vibrant young man climbing the rocks of Red River Gorge [...]
  • Isn’t that what a doctor does?

    Editor’s Note: I have over three years worth of material from my old blog. I have decided to begin reposting some of that old material since most of my current audience [...]
  • Another Reason I Walk

    I was 20 years old when the twins’ mother and I began dating. Up to that point in time I had never been in a long-term relationship. I didn’t know how, [...]
  • My Medicine

    [Editor’s Note: I’ve actually been contemplating writing a post about this for quite some time and when I saw today’s prompt, I figured now is as good a [...]
  • Can You Keep A Secret?

    We all have secrets, right? Whether they’re our own or those of our closest confidantes. Some knowledge is just not fit for mass consumption. Some skeletons in our [...]
  • The Next Phase

    When I arrived at my ex’s house Monday evening to pick up the twins, my ex lumbered through the front door clutching a sheet of paper. I mentally braced myself for what [...]
  • The Confidence Paradox

    The school I work for has a four man tech team. There are two gentleman who are responsible for training staff on how to use our technology. Myself and another person are [...]
  • Time Marches On

    O’er the horizon the sun rises from sleep Seconds turn to minutes with nary a peep Everything is changing before your very eyes You can lose it all before you realize [...]
  • Interrogation

    I’ve had a desire the past few days to post something here, but one of two things has kept me from doing so. I’m either completely out of ideas, or, when I have [...]
  • I Shouldn’t Have Laughed…

    Well, well. Take a look at this place. It’s in such a state of disrepair. The banners haven’t been updated in a couple of years. Well, I just looked again and [...]
  • The Struggle

    Being a parent is hard. At least, it is if you actually care about your children. It involves making tough decisions. It strains your patience. It cripples your style. Being [...]
  • Untitled, Because Nothing Fits Here

    Most people seem to have horror stories when it comes to their in-laws. I feel like the exception to the rule. While both of my marriages turned out to be more dysfunctional [...]
  • Runaway Train

    If we were having coffee you might raise an eyebrow at my SoCo and Coke. “I thought we were having coffee?” you might ask. To which I’d reply, “Coffee [...]
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Ungrateful

by Twindaddy in A Day in the Life

This past Saturday I spent the morning helping my father out with his move a bit. He already had a garage full of boxes, and needed help moving most of them to the basement. [...]

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