Monthly Archives: September 2015

Carpe Diem

Carpe Diem isn’t necessarily violent or even bold. While driving down the road on the south side of the city I spotted a young couple sitting cross-legged in a grassy area of the median along busy Highway 41 (South 27th … Continue reading

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Labor Day

You don’t get the day off – you take it.

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Car Surfing

Late last night, just before bed, I went out on the porch one last time. There was some young people raising a ruckus down the street. A young woman, drunk, high or just stupid, got out of the car that … Continue reading

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