Good Day World!
I’m going to pull myself away from my computer and wander around in the real world for a few days. Who knows what adventures I’ll encounter?
While I’m gone, I invite you to look at the right-hand side of this page where you’ll find links to stuff I’ve written for newspapers, other websites, my novella “Rafter’s Redemption,” and blog posts going back five years.
Here’s a few examples of subjects I’ll be commenting on when I get back (in no particular order):
1) It's not quite a "do nothing" Congress – but it's not far off.
With only a handful of remaining legislative days on their calendar, this current Congress is on track to go down as one of the most unproductive in modern history.
2) The question is one you may have asked yourself while standing in line at the airport or when trying not to scream in frustration while sitting on the tarmac waiting to take off:
“If airlines know there will be a surge of passengers during the holidays, why don't they add capacity in the form of extra flights?”
3) I’m going to the movies with my six-year-old granddaughter this weekend. We’re going to see “Frozen,” Disney’s latest movie.
It's the rare film that actually is worth the ticket surcharge for 3-D, and it's a princess film that defies the someday-my-prince-will-come stereotype, creating two princesses who stand firmly on their own feet and earn the crowns they wear!
I’ll let you know what she thinks about it.
Time for me to walk on down the road…