When I was a kid, back when the world was analog and not yet digital, we lived outside the house more than inside. I remember in the summer, I would leave the house right after breakfast, gather a few neighbor friends, and would not come home until I was hungry, hurt, or it was dinner … Continue reading On The Porch
On April 23, 2018, this article first appeared in issue number 7 of Faith On Every Corner, a free digital magazine. It can also be read there by clicking the link. Coming to America by Craig Ruhl I first met Fritz Gloege in high school, I was a sophomore and he was in his junior … Continue reading Coming to America
I recently wrote an article about my great-grandfather, Dr. Howland Hanson. The article first appeared in the June 13, 2018 issue of Faith On Every Corner. His story is one of great faith and a life well lived. I hope that you will enjoy it and be blessed by it. A Journey of Faith - Dr. … Continue reading Dr. Howland Hanson – A Journey of Faith
Excerpted from my personal journal….. As soon as I stepped off the porch of the Dew Drop Inn, the local bed and breakfast as well as a well-renowned watering hole, I felt what I can only describe as a Twilight Zone moment. What my eyes saw did not fit with my view of normal, not … Continue reading Cows on Bikes
My wife, Karen, is a professional photographer as well a published writer and author. She also runs a graphics design business from our full-time home on wheels, a 32-foot motorhome. We have been posted up in a beautiful campground in southwestern North Carolina for past 2 years and before that, we were camped in an … Continue reading Driving Ms. Karen
"I'll call for pen and ink and write my mind" ~ William Shakespeare You may have deduced from the banner of this blog that I love fountain pens. Well, you would be right on the mark. At one time, I owned several hundred fountain pens of every description, pens from the 1920s and 1930s to … Continue reading Writing With Style!
One of the most important blessings in my life has been my love of reading. My parents, grandparents and teachers taught me from an early age to not just enjoy books but to also really like to read. So many Christmases and birthdays involved books as gifts. Libraries and bookstores became my favorite hangouts. Later … Continue reading A Gift For Words