Civility, Faith and A Choice

Faith, News

It’s amazing and incredibly sad how divided we have become as a nation. As a country we have for some time been separate from the rest of the world. America was seen as different, as something that everyone (almost) wanted to be a part of. Wars have been started and good men and women dies for […]

May 15, 2017

9/11 Thirteen Years Later

Memories, News

I was jarred out of sleep by my cell phone ringing on one of the few days I could sleep in. It was my wife calling to tell me to turn on the TV because a plane had crashed into a building in New York. I worked at that time for a software company based […]

September 11, 2014



We’ve all heard of the tension in Ferguson Mo. over the shooting death of a young black male by a white police officer. This blog post on Simon Sinek’s blog (written by David Mead) isn’t related at all to the actual event but I think the theory Mr. Mead posits is right on. Wonder if […]

August 15, 2014


News, Productivity

We currently have over 200 channels of TV to watch. My SiriusXM has about 150 channels of talk, music, shows, etc. I follow about 50 blogs and blog myself in two different ones. There is Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+ and much much more. How do we keep up with it all?  How do you keep […]

August 11, 2014

September 11 – 11 Years Later


The anniversary of 9/11 always brings back memories of that terrible day. The newscasts that seem to go on forever, the uneasiness that was felt as we weren’t really sure what else may happen. The shock of someone coming to our shores and attacking us in such a brazen attempt to kill and injure civilians. […]

September 11, 2012

Airlines Just Don’t Get It


Just read on CNN [external link] that certain airlines are shrinking legroom in their coach seats. Being 6’3″ I have some experience with these small seats. “Not comfortable” doesn’t begin to cover it. In the article there are some stats of ‘seat pitch’ and other factors but a 3rd grader can tell you that given […]

August 27, 2012

The Old Neighborhood – Part VI – Jade East Hideout

Memories, News

If you’ve lived in Memphis for a while you will probably remember the Jade East murders which occurred on October 20, 1987. Jade East was a restaurant on Austin Peay next to the Post Office just north of Yale Road. Three men entered in broad daylight and killed 3 family members who owned and operated […]

May 19, 2011

Mississippi River Flooding – May 2011

Fun, News

I took a drive downtown yesterday to see the river and what it’s doing to the Western edge of the city. This photo was taken near the Visitor’s Center near the bottom of Jefferson Ave at Riverside Dr. If you were to head South from this point you would have been stopped by barricades at […]

May 10, 2011