Category Archives: On Fatherhood
It was around 1994 that I purchased Tom Paxton’s A Childen’s Christmas CD. I still have it today, although it’s uploaded to my iTunes and the jewel case is packed away somewhere. The artwork for my version is very different … Continue reading
I can write about the hurricanes or I can do a TBT on my daughters. Easy choice. These two go together.
The total mileage for the 3-day journey was 2,237, but who’s counting? I’ll never do it again, but you’ve heard that before. The winners: The Most Boring Road: The stretch of road between Jacksonville, FL, and Mobile, Al is approximately 430 miles … Continue reading
Life is again ordered, at least temporarily. Megan and Martha are back in Houston. I am back in Aiken. A few stories will follow, but this may be one of my favorite pictures of the year. Martha, below, after her … Continue reading
I believe that I have stated that I would never do this again. I lied. Tomorrow, Megan, Martha and I will head to Charleston, SC for Megan’s one-month, post-surgery check-up. We will then begin the seventeen-hour journey to Houston, arriving Thursday … Continue reading
I am starting to feel like David Kanigan, one of my blogging heroes. Just recently, I teased DK that he allows himself to get into crazy situations, simply to have something to write about on his blog. He did not … Continue reading
Now that she is home. (yay) Lifted from my daughter’s Instagram page: mvisotski001 Zoom in for that “soft smile of the year” look… I finally busted out of the hospital a few mins ago and am heading home (hopefully this time … Continue reading