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(Hockey Player Magazine, December 2016) Every team has one. Whether its baseball, basketball or badminton, there’s always that one guy who doesn’t quite enmesh locker room society. Maybe it’s his or her lousy jokes, bad breath, or that they wear … Continue reading
“If you think about a Thanksgiving Dinner, it’s really like making a large chicken.” Ina Garten, Host of Barefoot Contessa, Food Network It’s not the minutes that put on weight, it’s the seconds. I’m unsure who said that but whoever … Continue reading
(Hockey Player Magazine, October 2014) The five of us frowned as we tied our skates. We were down two players and knew the next 45 minutes would test our lungs and legs. “Where’s Blaze?” Swifty asked. “At a Raider game,” … Continue reading
“My wife and I are trying to live within our means. We went from a $750,000 house to a $350,000 house and didn’t even have to move.” Will Durst, American political satirist He’s a superstar comic and satirist with a … Continue reading
Whether you’re seven or seventy, there are secrets you simply don’t tell. My brother and I, free range boys who bored easily, exercised the “Don’t Tell Mom” rule well into high school. Our pact survived a multitude of sins, including … Continue reading
I almost wore a sandwich-board sign, hired a clown, and rented a U-Haul® to import a truck load of cousins. I expected an audience of 15—but was delighted that over 40 people attended Lyon Books last week for the official … Continue reading
Category: A visit to the hair stylist Anxiety Level: Depends Level of Difficulty: Also Depends Result of Blowing It: Really Depends My daughter, Kate, and I visited the hair stylist. Guys visits barbers, gals go to “stylists.” I need … Continue reading
I haven’t trudged like that since my walk to the principal’s office. My shoulders sagged and my head drooped. The parking lot seemed a mile wide. I called my wife, Hun. “We’re loading up.” “How’d Maggie do? You sound beat.” … Continue reading
I’ve had a dose of writer’s block this past week. After spending many hours, and seven drafts, on a particular piece I decided to round-file that story. This quote seems to fit: “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try … Continue reading
Published in the Chico Enterprise-Record, Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph & Hockey Player Magazine (2012) “I thought this may interest you,” the email said. In the subject heading was a name, Wayne Marshall, my high school hockey coach. I expected the … Continue reading