Category Archives: Essays

My Time Machine

    My Time Machine It’s just another spring evening in May in the ordinary life of an ordinary old man. It’s just another long walk in the twilight of the day and the twilight of my life. The air is heavy, and I feel a mist in the air but it’s not making my skin wet. The… Read More »

Dancing in the Sunshine

    Dancing in the Sunshine It’s a beautiful and warm spring day. But just last week the ground was covered with snow and the sunshine was strained and muted. Today, I’m happy to say, the sunshine seems more alive, more at ease, less slanted, less strained, and brighter and more beautiful than it was just a week… Read More »


    Dreams Everything I was meant to be I am and you can surely see That I am in reality All I am supposed to be. I am nothing more and nothing less Than I am willing to confess. In the hands of time, I ride Until they say, “He finally died”. I am all that I’ll… Read More »


    Time “Time is too slow for those who wait, too swift for those who fear, too long for those who grieve, too short for those who rejoice, but for those who love, time is eternity.” (Henry Van Dyke) The world has certainly gotten crazier over the last decade. The way people act you’d think none of… Read More »


    Why You wake up and you look out your bedroom window and you see it’s another beautiful spring day. You hear the birds singing, you see the flowers opening in the sun, and you smell the fresh, clean spring breeze. You see a deer peacefully eating a plant in a field, you see a bee hopping… Read More »

It’s the Little Things

    It’s the Little Things They showed their pretty heads this week. After a cold and snowy winter, the crocuses, and the snowdrops magically showed their lovely heads and broke winter’s spell – at least for a while. One day the ground was covered with snow, then the snow melted and brown, muddy dirt was all that… Read More »