Updates

Regular updates to let you know what I am currently working on, progress, slowdowns, or just what is going on in my life.

  • Summertime Sadness (June 2022)
    It seems I just keep putting these out later and later. If I were you guys, I’d be throwing a fit! So I talked a little bit about Kaeya Ruth. You know, that new niece of mine that’s supposed to change my mind about having kids? It’s almost as if they forget that I had …
  • Say Goodbye To Tax Time (April 2022)
    There once was a time when you would prepare your taxes and end up with a decent-sized refund. Hell, for our customers, decent-sized meant $10,000 or more. It was the time to be able to give back to the community. Strippers and cocaine!!!!! It seems like those times are now gone and the impact of …
  • The Injuries That Cripple Us – March 2022
    I briefly mentioned in last month’s update that has had a pretty big impact on my family’s life. My brothers and I love snowboarding. I’d say them more than myself but we all enjoy it quite a bit.  When we go up, we are all pretty reckless. My oldest brother and I the most, but …
  • The Beginning of the Dream – February 2022
    I know, we’re halfway through the month and I’ve left you all at the edge of your seat wondering if I’ll ever return. Is he done with the updates? No…he couldn’t be. Is he being lazy? Well, he has shown signs of that in the past…but no, he can’t! He’s gotta be dead, right? Or …
  • The Scary Stories We Tell in the Dark – November 7th, 2021
    Last month I told you a story about a man who was letting himself down. If you remember, I also told you that it wasn’t a sad story because it was one that hadn’t ended yet. I was wrong. Ha! Just kidding. I’m proud to tell you that I haven’t let myself down this month …
  • Admitting When You Let Yourself Down – October 3rd, 2021
    I’ve got a story for you. It’s about a man who let himself down for nearly an entire month. He thought about one of the things he wanted to do most and simply did not have the motivation to do it. It’s not a sad story, don’t worry. It’s just one that hasn’t ended yet. …
  • The Crippling Age of Thirty – September 5th, 2021
    Gravity Pulls So Much Harder I officially hit thirty years old this past month! It was as if I flicked the switch and made it all go downhill. I no longer have tolerance for children, my back took a shit on me, my testosterone dropped to 0, and my memory is just not there anymore. …
  • A Journey to the Middle of the World – August 1st, 2021
    The Middle of the World It’s been a full month since my retirement and what do I have to show for it? Netflix, video games, tons of movies, constant sleep, no showering, putting on 20 pounds.  I wish I could get constant sleep. Even out here in Ecuador, I’m still waking up early morning and …
  • Retired But I Still Sit At The Dinner Table June 2021
    It’s official! Today is the first day of my early ‘retirement’ from the company. It doesn’t mean that everything has become involvement free. I am sure that over the next couple of months it will require a small level of engagement. We have to ensure that everything is running properly as well as make the …
  • The Time I Lost My Memory and Woke Up With No Balls – May
    What was the highlight of May you ask? Getting my testicles removed. Haha! For a long time now I’ve known that I did not want kids. I don’t like children and I don’t like the idea of giving up my life to raise another shithead like me. Luckily, I found a woman who was all …
  • The Troubles that Spring Brought – May 2nd 2021
    Spring has brought a lot of great things, the biggest being our newest daughter Chunky Clementine, but it has also brought some troubles too.
  • An exciting, yet drastically different, tax time.
    I’ll be the first to admit that as far as fiction writing went this month, I didn’t accomplish much. I did get to write about my childhood, coming to the United States, and what the country has allowed my family and I to achieve as an article for Authority Magazine. It was nice getting to …
  • The Start of the Year 02/22/2021
    Good news! I finished the short story I was working on yesterday.  I thoroughly enjoyed writing the character, however, partway through the story I realized that I may not have done a very good job of fleshing out key points of his personality early on. I have to read through the story and see if …
  • A Brief Look at 2020
    2020 was a strange year for all of us.  For me, it carried a big mix of sad and happy moments. The Sad Many of us had loved ones die and I shared in that respect. It may not have been a human but it hit me just as hard, if not more. My first …