Why Do I Have to Share?
I was standing in line at the grocery store. In front of me was a mother with her eight-year old son. He had talked her into buying him candy but his victory wasn’t so sweet. She said, “Okay, I’ll buy it, but you have to share.” Ahh, a gift with strings attached. There’... [Read More]
 
The Urban Erma: No Pizza, No Cry
When I was finally in the mood for pizza, I made a special trip to the Hut. It’s not a full-service, dine-in location, just a corner outpost. That was fine. It fit in with the evening’s Netflix plans. I parked, went in, perused the menu, and noticed there were no prices.Author informatio... [Read More]
 
Addicted to Comedy: Returning From My Comedy Rumspringa
For those who are unfamiliar with the term "Rumspringa," it’s a coming of age period when Amish teenagers are allowed to engage in lifestyle activities not permitted by their community. They’re allowed to purchase a car, watch television, and live a way most people take for granted. Once... [Read More]