Tag Archives: fatherhood
We picked out the perfect pumpkin for carving. We took our time while visiting grandma and grandpa in Michigan and made sure it was the right size and shape to carve into the perfect Jack-O-Lantern. This being said, the boy … Continue reading
I was going through some of my old stories I’ve written but have never really shared and decided the piece I’m about to post was something I needed to. It’s a bit of creative non-fiction pertaining to my great grandfather. … Continue reading
This post will be short and to the point. I feel like these discarded toys. I once brought joy to those around me, but now flounder in an alley full of despair. Such is the way I feel this week.
Every so often you need to have one of those days where you don’t do anything but relax and play. This past Saturday was one of those days. It was a rainy morning so instead of heading to the park, … Continue reading
I live in fear every day. A fear that drives me to the point of going crazy. A fear constantly pounding inside my head with every thought, word, and action. It has me second guessing so much of my life. … Continue reading
My two year old son is an amazing helper. Especially when it comes to taking care of things that aren’t his toys. Just this afternoon I was working on my bike and he was constantly digging through my tool box … Continue reading