When you really want to insult, say it with Latin roots.
My aunt Martha Maglocci turned 90 years old this past Sunday – Tammi and I were able to attend. My photos and an audio clip are included. Please leave comments!
A poetic eulogy for my mother.
As the year draws to a close and families gather together, we offer our warmest greetings and best wishes for a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Doug, Tammi and … Read More
written by: Tommy Dunbar, Kyle Vincent; Lyrics © Bob-A-Lew Songs, Cohen and Cohen
I had the good fortune to meet Scott’s widow Tammi eight years after his death. Even at that huge distance of time I could feel what a good man he must have been. I wish I could have met him but I’m grateful that his legacy has come to me to preserve and protect. It’s an honor to be associated with the Hofferber family. Rest in peace Scott, you are fondly remembered and greatly missed.
Images from a friend’s e-mail, lovely old cars.
Visit the Official M.C. Escher website. 08/09/2018 – From Facebook comment by CL Dalstrom: “In 1960, MC Escher met an elderly American woman on a cruise. When they disembarked, she … Read More
For my father, George Wray. You are sorely missed this season.
One of the amazing public art pieces in Philadelphia. Bridge pylon decoration on Walnut Street I think.
I think I have a faint grasp now of what that first haircut day must be like for a parent. One difference, your single-digit aged child can’t rip someone’s arm off if they panic and go bonkers.
My friend and neighbor Mike “The Beast” Savage when I lived on 48th St in Philly.
This post was written Dec 10, 2008 and has been held back till now, mostly due to procrastination but also a desire to add more to it but not finding … Read More
I’m not Byron but I, too, have loved a dog.