Monthly Archives: March 2010

I found God. Just around the corner.

Having found two sets of car keys, it should came as no surprise that i found God the same week. The surprise was that he lives just down the street. We’re neighbors. Prior to Sunday I hadn’t been to church … Continue reading

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The keys to a good marriage, part 1

The short version of why we’re the perfect couple: We have two sets of keys. The long version: Mo’s about to leave for work. She can’t find her keys. This is not particularly unusual, given that it happens, oh, every … Continue reading

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Now what?

Mo asked me today: So if you could do anything, what would you do? I had no answer. What does that mean?

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Honest, it meant nothing to me

So after my weekend fling on the track, I come back to Treadmill No. 8. We share a moment of uncomfortable silence, but then settle in to our routine as if nothing ever happened. The hour goes by quickly with … Continue reading

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Cheesy Poofs and ice picks

They say addicts never really recover. Once you’re hooked the desire never really goes away, you just constantly struggle to resist. Alcohol, Cheesy Poofs, Beverly Hills 90210. I’ve only fallen prey to one of those. OK, maybe two. They were … Continue reading

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TGIF

We went hiking yesterday at Boyce Thompson Arboretum, about an hour outside of Phoenix. Home to 3,200 different kinds of plants (including pretty much every cactus known to man) and hundreds of birds, including several kamikaze hummers who tried to … Continue reading

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My recurring dream

In my dream, I am asleep. But then I wake up and realize I was only dreaming. And then I can’t sleep. Repeat as necessary.

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