Monthly Archives: October 2010
As I was on my way to work, I passed a woman in a Chevy pickup truck. We smiled at each other and I thought nothing more of it. Then as we were stopped at a traffic light, I looked … Continue reading
More than a few people have made comments about poor in-depth media coverage of Nevada’s midterm election cycle. Well, it’s not for a lack of trying on my part. I broke a story that should have been on par with … Continue reading
Before I had to report for duty at Warren AFB, in Cheyenne, Wyoming, I had two weeks of leave. I was at home, doing my best to be a kid once more before I had to pick-up the mantle of … Continue reading
Last night, sleep was punctuated by several unusual dreams. In one, Mom was giving me advice on my current writing project. “Tommy,” she said to me, “You’re not a novelist — you’re a storyteller.” Whoa!
Mary and I were on the outskirts of the Mojave National Preserve. It was after midnight and we were the only vehicle that we could see along the long, flat stretch of Interstate 15. We were on our way back to … Continue reading
It was a regular overcast day when the one hundred or so scouts gathered on the newly constructed Tsunami Landing. Each scout, whether a Boy Scout or Cub Scout, was given an 3-foot by five-foot American flag on a standard … Continue reading