In my last post, I left you with my sadness of seeing the vagabonds being towed away behind my neighbor’s vehicle. I wanted to find out where they ended up, but, when I knocked on their door later that day,
It is the day before Christmas, and I wish I was writing about something wonderful—something that would uplift all of our spirits. But that’s not how I feel after what I have experienced over the last couple of days. I
Noah’s ark floated off on torrential rain, until only the water and sky remained. and after waiting 40 days for the floods to slow, no sand, no pebbles, and no boulders showed. As Noah floated aimlessly in an endless sea,
In the summer of 1966, I was 18 years old, a recent high school graduate, and had just been hired by the U.S Forest Service to work as a fire fighter for the summer. I knew next to nothing about
In my lifetime, I have always enjoyed a drink or two at the end of the day. I don’t do it to get comatose, paralyzed, or even to forget. I just enjoy a drink that relaxes me so that I
If you think life may have taught you a few things now that you are a GEEZER, then maybe participating in a program called Elder Wisdom Circle is something you might want to try. After retirement, I wanted to give
Let me describe a little movie I found in a hidden niche the other day on the Netflix menu. The name of the film was The Circle and everything about it was just a bit different from your average movie.
So the great migration of the Clark’s from Cleveland, Ohio to Arizona came to an end in Phoenix. Keeping with the tradition of treating almost everything in our family as a secret, I have absolutely no idea why we decided
I haven’t mentioned my 2015 list of Challenges recently, because it is taking me so long to sneak up on them. But I have conquered another one with the publication of two editorials in the local newspaper. I’ll show them
Although there are 1000s of films listed with the various movie subscription services, it is still no easy chore to find something worth watching. Even if you maintain an unbelievably low standard that your choices must only be better than
I got to thinking the other day about how where I have lived in my lifetime has determined—well determined why I am the way I am. Recalling the places I have called home (even for just a short time) brought
A while back, a friend of mine gave me a copy of The Dictator’s Handbook: Why Bad Behavior is Almost Always Good Politics by Bruce Mesquita to read. I started it several times, but never was able to get beyond
This is one of my all time favorite videos. They all believe an old GEEZER could actually do this.
I guess that there is no bigger sign that you are a true GEEZER than when someone in the now (use your own definition of “now”) generation sees you pull out your flip phone and make a call. A few
The new movie Kong: Skull Island is another in a long series of movies based on the original movie King Kong (the one where he scales the Empire State Building) made in 1933. I’m not going to worry about giving