“The Looking Glass:” A Modern Answer Besides Your Nose

It is with great satisfaction that I'd like to present to you my latest woodworking project aptly titled The Looking Glass.  The Looking Glass is borne from an on-going dilemma: Eyeglasses should be on hand yet out of the way and yet still be part of something grander.  The Looking Glass hopes to eliminate the second most … Continue reading “The Looking Glass:” A Modern Answer Besides Your Nose

Oh, To Be A British Alpine Goat (my anecdotal apology for disappearance)

To the stakeholders (followers), curiously cautious pundits of search engines (visitors), and serendipitous Internet bumblebee's (alighting upon blossoming websites) please accept my apology for my absence from this blog and, consequently, the lack of freshly baked posts. I know that my apology may be a bit unusual and absolutely unnecessary; however, I favor civility and honest … Continue reading Oh, To Be A British Alpine Goat (my anecdotal apology for disappearance)

My Penned Invention of the Pen Invention (repost)

  It would prove to be one of the most remarkable events to fall into the lap of England in   the 1930's. Even Sir Thomas Cartridge, the infamous historian, essayist, and reputed hawker of odious innuendo was aghast when he said, "Everyone familiar with this tragic and despicable crime certainly expected him to be found guilty. … Continue reading My Penned Invention of the Pen Invention (repost)