The Mowtown Mowdown 2016

I was in Motown; Motor City, Detroit to the layperson, standing near a makeshift bonfire under a starlit sky surrounded by every manner of men and women; all who stunk to high heaven of sweat and gasoline, oil and grass (just like me).  Gas generators powered pole lights while the gang-leader barked praises to a … Continue reading The Mowtown Mowdown 2016

Scalar Wave Therapy, ADD, and Me

Keeping with my New Year’s holistic experiment, I decided to gravitate toward something really new and unusual:  Scalar Wave Therapy.  Never heard of Scalar Waves?  Me neither.  Last October I purchased a session of Scalar Wave therapy for the Misses as part of a day’s worth of odd-ball pampering that also included a session in … Continue reading Scalar Wave Therapy, ADD, and Me

New Year’s Resolutions and Fasting with Gandhi

Although I don’t always remember my New Year’s Resolutions, I figured this year I would attempt to remember them by, well, making them more memorable.  I pondered the  standard resolutions including being healthier, losing weight, being a better person, etc., but those were a little too abstract (and cliché) to be accountably effective.  This year, … Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions and Fasting with Gandhi

Finding the Headwaters of a Landlocked Town

As the official first entry of the Lexington-based portion of my blog, I decided to seek out a little-known Lexington spot, elusive to even lifelong residents such as myself.  Recently I happened to drive down Broadway just past Triangle Park when I re-noticed a peculiar overhang jutting out from the Hyatt Hotel.  I say “re-noticed” … Continue reading Finding the Headwaters of a Landlocked Town

12 Days of Movie Christmas

I decided since our little blog started near Christmas, that I’d better figure out something to write about for the holidays…and fast.  Otherwise I would feel guilty, be branded a bad boy, and so on the snowball rolls.  After much pondering and debating and sweating, I came to the decision to discuss one of America’s … Continue reading 12 Days of Movie Christmas

Fallingwater, Taxidermy, and the Tao of Bathroom Stall Grafitti

My birthday came earlier this year by way of a gift-trip from my wife to see the long admired yet never visited Fallingwater.  Our journey to see Frank Lloyd Wright’s master residential work would be overwhelming, interesting and surprising, and not totally because of the target house. As a longtime fan of Fallingwater, and Mr. … Continue reading Fallingwater, Taxidermy, and the Tao of Bathroom Stall Grafitti