About Dogs, God and Politics

In my quirky novella with its even quirkier title The Sixth Day, a 17,175-Page Novella About Creation and Prizefighting, I suggested that God should have quit creating after he made his perfect creation, the dog.  I feel more strongly about it today in an America where partisan politics strangle the common man and attempt to …

Amazing Stories from the Desert: Project Corona

I have recently been hawking the authentic picture of Bigfoot my wife captured on film during a recent hike in the Casa Grande Mountains.  No takers.  Go figure. Yesterday, I hiked the North Picacho Mountains searching for petroglyphs with my friends Chuck and Kurt.  While we found a treasure trove of petroglyphs, the highlight had …

Fortuitously Serendipitous

Fortuitous and serendipitous.  Two of my favorite words.  The one, happening by chance; the other, occurring by chance in a happy or beneficial way.  Regardless of word choice, I am fortuitously and serendipitously lucky to be living in the home that found me and Mrs. tVM across the street from the Highland Manor Park when …