Monthly Archives: June 2010

Pimples and the AARP

In a recent post, I bemoaned the fact that my face is showing a few more wrinkles than I’d like to see or admit to having. In a strange twist of karma or fate or latent adolescence, the next day … Continue reading

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A picture doesn’t lie…

…but the mirror does. That’s a strange statement, don’t you think?  In my case, I just think it’s true. I was born in 1960 and this year I celebrated the big 5-0. My theory on how well a man ages … Continue reading

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As far as you know

My son Zach and his friends survived last night’s post-prom festivities and are just about done with their high school daze. My years as a parent has taught me many lessons and here is one of them that I like … Continue reading

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Graduation Daze

On Monday, my son will graduate from high school and his Ferris Bueller-esque existence of the last few months of HS will come to an end.  By my count, this will be his 4th graduation ceremony, although they haven’t been … Continue reading

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Mumbai calling

For what has to be the 5 or 6th time in the last few weeks, I got a call from some telemarketing type person claiming to be from local.com. Not to be confused with the seemingly endless calls from yellowpages.com, … Continue reading

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The 90 Degree Rule

Today I’d like to discuss that male ritual – The Annual Guys Golf Trip. Starting in 1998, every spring I have gone on a golf trip. From 1998 through 2007, we went to Las Vegas. Ahhhh….Vegas. The evolution of the … Continue reading

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Honeymoon daze

Today Linda and I celebrate 25 years of marriage but we nearly didn’t make it through the first week of our honeymoon and here is why. Let me start by saying that, for the most part, my wife is a … Continue reading

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