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I don’t know if there are any true themes running throughout these pages and pages of Tenor Dad posts, but if there are any, one of them has got to be laundry. From Ruby’s new house wishlist of sidewalks and laundry, to sneaking around my mother-in-law’s apartment trying to wash some clothes; from weird ruminations […]
Uh oh. The last days of school are winding down before Christmas break, which means we are heading into the dangerous waters of…(dun dun duuuuuuuuuunnnnnnn!) teacher gifts. When I was a kid, we had one teacher, and we brought them one gift. It was often something terrible that either we made, or got for $5 […]
In case you all missed the 4,000 times I posted the link yesterday, I can now add “Writer for The Good Men Project” to my resume. Well, more like “Guy who had one of his pieces reprinted by The Good Men Project one time,” but it was still very exciting to me. And you know, […]
There I was, sitting on stage for a concert of Magnificats. First row, front and center, surrounded by a chorus and hanging over an orchestra, I had nowhere to hide and nothing to do. First was an a cappella setting by Tallis that I was not singing in, and then came the Vivaldi version. That […]
As you may recall from my posts on Gingerbread House Decorating Party year 1 and year 2, we have traditionally had some issues with this amazing annual event that my wife likes to organize. We have had houses falling down. We have had walls and roofs breaking. We have run out of time, money, and energy. […]