About the Author

Hey, you asked:

  • Part sorcerer, part mercenary wannabe
  • Completely convinced that at least 2/3 of Americans are generally oblivious
  • A product of the “Wall Street” 80s and a believer in Capitalism
  • A Christian, but not religions. And yes, this is possible.
  • Handy with a shovel, a tablesaw, a paintbrush and some fabric
  • Convinced that I’m fat even though I know deep down that I’m not
  • Going prematurely gray and for that, I blame Trisha
  • A father of three
  • more to come…

8 thoughts on “About the Author

    lumpylumps said:
    April 30, 2008 at 5:23 am

    Hey, surfed on through trishatruly, very nice blog here, – she speaks so highly of you *wink* that I’ll have to have a look around here!

    David - the Father of Five said:
    August 29, 2008 at 7:08 am

    Wow… I had never clicked through here before… My sister-in-law (the one I bought the Saturn from)… She lives in Roswell too… In fact, I was in Roswell last year! (http://father-of-five.blogspot.com/2007/10/i-am-back.html)..

    That was a missed opportunity.. The drinks would have been on me that night!

    Perhaps next time my friend!

    RE: Next time you’re in town, be sure and ping me!

    David - the Father of Five said:
    August 29, 2008 at 7:09 am

    (On a related note… This is why I got to get out of my feed reader more often…. Get in and “look around” a bit!

    Thanks again for a great blog, and an almost daily (and enjoyable) read!

    David – Father of Five

    Emerald said:
    September 13, 2008 at 10:50 am

    When I get memo’s from corporate head office at work, my boss and I (who happens to be my best friend, awesome) like to go through and judge the grammatical errors. Makes us feel a bit better about the ‘just a cog in the machine’ status ūüėČ

    RE: I do that too, except in my case, it’s a colleague who was promoted to that of “Internal Communications,” also in charge of executive speech writing. I cackle with glee when I find something wrong! I’m sooo bad.

    pamajama said:
    October 24, 2008 at 1:54 pm

    This is a relative masterpiece. I’m wondering if I read your blog would I understand my husband more? I think it’s possible.

    I’m visiting from TrishaTruly’s blog, as your comment was interesting, the one about missing the person she used to be.

    RE: Relative to the number of people who come through here, few stop and read the “About the Author” stuff. I’m glad you did. I only recently posted this, after having written it a few years ago. Were I to write it now, I might change a few things, but not much really. Perhaps age has tempered me a bit!
    But glad you stopped by. I’ve wondered whether my recent comments on Trisha’s Blog were warranted or not, but I think, while they might sting a bit at first, she’ll see where I’m coming from. If you ever get to know her well enough, you might ask her about me–lots of history–but I love her. She’s a great person.

    Eric said:
    November 10, 2008 at 6:52 pm

    I ran across your blog from reading a blog of a blog…
    I whole heartly agree with you on so many levels.

    Eric

    RE: I think there are more of us than even we may think. It’s a quiet revolution!

    eric said:
    November 11, 2008 at 9:35 am

    Hahahaha! So true…

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