Archive for June, 2009

Dimensions of Compatibility

Friday, June 26th, 2009

Here’s a story idea for a half-hour comedy, which focuses on a relationship between a married couple, something along the lines of “Mad About You.” In the opening sequence the couple are sitting in the living room, drinking coffee, perhaps looking through the paper. Better yet, the husband is reading the paper and the wife […]

Summer is Looking Good

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

As the chill of night withdrew under the morning sun, and bird songs began to fill the air, I looked at the tent wall and saw the silhouette  of an evergreen. This sight was justification for the previous night’s battle with mosquitoes as my family and I set up camp. We were at Princess Meadows, […]

Thirteen Years

Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

Around fourteen years ago I heard the voice of God while cruising on the Pacheco Pass. A couple of months before, Paula moved to Wheaton College to begin a graduate program in Psychology, and I knew our relationship would have to move forward or we would have to break up. So, in the midst of […]