Author Archives: Ray V.
Two, noteworthy birthdays today. Our first born, Kelliann turns 31 and J.S. Bach was born on this day in 1685. I can’t imagine my life without either. Tull’s tribute to Bach. . . I’ll be on the road for a … Continue reading
56th Associate yourself with men of good quality, if you esteem your own reputation; for it is better to be alone than in bad company. In October of 2006, our family traveled to California for the wedding of one … Continue reading
This week provided us with a glimpse of what to expect next in this crazy adventure we call parenting. We learned that the baby our daughter Elissa (aka Jelly) is carrying (via her husband, Cole) is conclusively female, so now we can … Continue reading
Today is The Ides of March and the 24th birthday of our youngest daughter. I suppose if Julius Ceaser had been alive and stabbed by Brutus today, he might be flown to a certain trauma center in Houston and if so, … Continue reading
Today we experienced the next step of understanding what it means to be a grandparent. We have conclusive proof as the baby has no “nuggets,” so “SHE” it is! Cole contributed to our family tradition of girls, girls, girls. Halfway … Continue reading
My Ash Wednesday Reflections post, along with a few others, were taken down by the F B police for “violating community standards”, as defined by: INTRODUCTION Every day, people come to Facebook to share their stories, see the world through … Continue reading
Sorry, I couldn’t help myself.
Did you ever notice that most dogs are “all-in, all the time?” It seems that whatever they are doing at that particular moment, that is their favorite thing to do, (going to the vets excluded). This is Selby. She is … Continue reading