That Time I Had to Destroy Rat City

This house we’re living in was built in 1915. It’s the first house either of us have ever owned, my wife and I. Despite the leaky basement and the deteriorating kitchen cabinets – maybe because – we felt like we’d made a good decision, still do. We love it here. We were married in theContinue reading “That Time I Had to Destroy Rat City”

HINDSIGHT 2020 Or: how I learned to stop worrying and enjoy the process

Four years ago I started this blog. A few months after that, it was abandoned. Why? Because I was using it to promote a creative works for which – in all honesty – I no longer cared. But here I am. Four years later and giving it another go. What’s changed? Mostly, everything. I usedContinue reading “HINDSIGHT 2020 Or: how I learned to stop worrying and enjoy the process”