Tag Archives: people
“I’m very accepting with my age. It’s like notches on my belt. Experience…and a different kind of beauty.” – Joe Saldana I’m tired. Tired of all the vitriol and abrasive human interaction. Recently this weariness, calmly, came over me. Like … Continue reading
A Guy and His Rolls Royce.
“Everyone admits that love is wonderful and necessary, but no one can agree on what it is.” – Diane Ackerman Another day at my part time gig. Managing a local car wash. As I pull up to the Crystal Clean … Continue reading
What Does The Dishwasher Do?
“There are two theories to arguing with a woman. Neither works.” – Will Rogers I happened to be in the kitchen one day as the ladies of the house were loading the dishwasher. They were washing each utensil, glass, and … Continue reading
What’s The Point
“There is nothing in this world that can trouble you more than your own thoughts” So many family, friends, as well as the icons of my life, have passed. So many. Just heard that Little Richard passed at 87. It … Continue reading
People and Their Toys
“Be nice to jerks because we still don’t know the criteria for getting into heaven” – Maya Rudolph I got a call from the main entrance to take a lady to her car. Arrived at the entrance and an elderly … Continue reading
“Sometimes you just need a break, in a beautiful place, alone, to figure everything out.” I got a call to pick up this guy at the Emergency Center. This is a take them to their car 99% of the time. … Continue reading
First Rock N Roll music
“If I’m not working on something, I literally just sit and think, which I don’t think is productive.” – Adam Driver During a conversation with my wife and daughter, the subject of the first Rock N Roll song came up. … Continue reading
Needle In A Haystack
“The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.” – Albert Einstein On the job. Phone rings. Pick up at North entrance. Guy needs help finding his car. The North entrance is the furthest point from my current position. … Continue reading
“It is a great misfortune to be alone, my friends, and it must be believed that solitude can quickly destroy reason.” Having experienced loneliness, I know this to be true. How about you?”