Archive for September, 2015

Get it right the first time!

Sheepishly, I remembered my step-fathers admonition to measure twice and cut once. If I’d followed his rule, I wouldn’t be repeating what I’d just attempted to do, and wouldn’t have wasted the building materials that I’m sure weren’t free. As it was, another 2×4 piece of lumber didn’t break the bank, and the only real […] Read More »

I do wear reading glasses.

Some things in this world I just don’t understand. When I was in elementary school, the children that wore glasses were either near-sighted or far-sighted. The glasses enabled the near-sighted to see distant objects, like billboards and traffic lights, or the glasses enabled the far-sighted to perform crucial life skills, like reading and writing. But […] Read More »