Recalibrating

Back when I owned a GPS…and a car…and had money for gas…and somewhere to go, my GPS would sometimes get lost. When that happened, it would tell me, in its sexy, Siri-like voice, that it was re-calibrating. She was trying her best to get me back on...

Walton Jones

February 18, 2016 On February 18, 2016, my baby boy would have been 29 years old. There are many statements I could make about his short life, but to me the most remarkable is this: In his almost 28 years of life on this earth, I never recall him saying one unkind...

Cast Away

February 14, 2016 Some people are uncomfortable with silence. I am not; never have been. I like silence very much. One of my favorite movies is Cast Away, which has almost no dialogue for a third of the movie. It stars Tom Hanks and a volleyball named Wilson. Hank’s...

Being and Doing

February 10, 2016 Since arriving at Bastrop Federal Satellite Camp on August 26, 2015, I’ve read over 20 books. I promised to report on some, so here’s another Book Report. While this report would earn only a C in most colleges, as I’m just quoting...

Guilty or Stupid

February 8, 2016 I’m noticing that most of the drug offenders at Bastrop FSC have little trouble admitting they committed a criminal act. Most of them correctly think their sentence was too harsh, but at least they own what they did. Some own it a little too...

One Year Ago Today…

January 30, 2016 I’ll have much more to say about my baby boy on his birthday, as I would much rather focus on his life than his death. But there is no denying that this day one year ago was tragically impossible. I wish I had the ability to explain what...

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