What they’ll probably laser-burn on my neck at the death camps. Figured I’d save time and have it ready.
White & Nerdy by Al Yankovic
(from a friend)
Maybe it’s getting older, but I found this young woman’s self-absorption a bit much. I made sure to walk right up to her, get into her field of view and … Read More
First day of school. School sucked.
Two of the finest people I’ve ever known: my Uncle Les Walsh and his wife Bobby (one of my mother’s sisters). Rest in Peace Bobby. My elegy to her is … Read More
by Mary Pitt The adage that people should not condemn others until they have walked a mile in their shoes was never more true than today.
Nowadays they call this ‘child abuse’. That poor dog, he lived in fear. I was fourth of five kids and I think my ma just sorta burned out at that … Read More
The folks and ‘the boys’. Passerbys were probably thinking “must live near a nuke plant”. Left to right: My Father, George, me, my mother Shirley and my brother David. I … Read More
By Sheila Samples “Character teaches above our wills. Men imagine that they communicate their virtue or vice only by overt actions, and do not see that virtue or vice emit … Read More
So wet behind the ears I’m still dripping. That vest… good grief. I remember the photographer (Mr. Shaffer) saying “That’s the best smile you got?” Yeah, pal, school sucks.
My cousin Joe Walsh‘s daughters. (click thumbnail for larger image) From left-to-right: Annie, Casey, Leslie, Megan. Congratulations to Leslie on her graduation (last year)!
One of the waterfalls on the North St. Vrain river below Button Rock Dam (TerraServer).
My friend Mr. Jim Harris. Permanent resident of Conifer Hill, CO. Amazing man.
Saw this on a concrete-pumper truck control panel. I think this is the most graphic warning label I’ve ever seen (and I’ve seen a few). Definitely would leave a mark.