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Flash never apologized for how he chose to live his life - from his beginnings as the only hard-right supporter in the PetCo beta fish display to his later career as party observer and wedding witness, he always did things his way. Flash was originally brought into the family as a workplace companion. But when … Continue reading Flash: A Life (2013–2017)
I wish you could see the color of this car. It's be-yew-tee-ful. I walk the dogs by it every night, just so I can admire the way it shines. It's been years since I could honestly say I had something as specific as a favorite color - but now it's this color. The one you … Continue reading Red…
When I tell my friends that my son has no real interest in driving, the reaction is universally one of surprise. For Americans of my generation, driving happened as soon as it could. Driving represented freedom from parents, access to move theaters, more time with friends and potential partners. Of course, this was the time … Continue reading On Being a Driving Teacher
Beware of quicksand? My childhood fears come true, here in the land of the free? Absolutely.
The thing about writers is...well, not all of them like to write. They write because they like to have written. Because they like the attention. Because they can't get a proper job. And so, sometimes, they have to trick themselves into writing. For me, I buy things. I buy notebooks, use them for a few … Continue reading On Writing Tricks
Yes, I am going to ass-u-me that this is all one meal - because this is Texas and that's exactly how burgers are done here.
Getting a dog will almost certainly completely restructure your life. Once you're all settled into its new rhythm, the thing to do is to get another dog, right? Because who wants consistency? That, apparently, was our logic as we decided to make one fluff monster into two. We set our sights on the Austin Pug … Continue reading The Ballad of Jordan Underfoot