This is my blog, named for an old New York Lottery marketing slogan.
22 August 2017
I Always See Her
I haven’t listened to Sara Brightman’s La Luna album in years; it was packed away with the rest of my CD collection since 2009, but one of my little projects after moving in to my new house and creating a home office was ripping all of my old CDs.
One of those songs is called “He Doesn’t See Me”, a lament from a woman who loves a man who loves somebody else.
I often suspect my wife Catherine might have felt this way once or twice before we met, but if that’s the case she’s never told me so. In any case, I always see her. How could I not when she’s done and given so much to help me build the life we share together?
24 February 2017
Theme and Variations; or, Why You Won’t Find Me on Tinder
As a married man, I have no business using Tinder. And because of the way I see my wife and marriage, I have no desire to do so either.
21 February 2017
Classical Taste: A Love Story; Or, Nobody Knows You’re a Cat on the Internet
You may have heard about how I met my wife Catherine before, but I saw a painting that made me want to tell it again.
26 February 2016
Fated by Jasmine Walls and Amy Philips
I saw Fated by Jasmine Walls on Reddit’s r/fantasy subreddit. It’s a hilarious short comic about a D&D session gone fabulously wrong. Here’s the first panel.