Tag Archives: Red Sox

Taking a Page from Stephen King

Some famous author once said that when a writer finishes writing their novel, a sort of depression sets in, not unlike the postpartum blues women suffer from right after having a baby. I can’t relate to postpartum depression, nor can … Continue reading

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Tee-Totaler

I have reached my limit on t-shirts. I finally paid attention to why my t-shirt drawer was so stuffed, as was the other t-shirt drawer. Not counting white t-shirts that I wear under regular shirts with collars, I have 15, … Continue reading

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I’m afflicted

One of my goals this Spring Break was to finish the first draft of novel #3 in the Thomas O’Shea series. Just a few chapters, going back a bit and making minor revisions, forging ahead. Well, I did it. I … Continue reading

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Left field for the Sox or industrial gaskets?

I was driving around the other day, not lost yet, and saw a business that announced “Industrial Gaskets” and I wondered, where did that idea come from? I mean, when asked as a child, “What do you want to do … Continue reading

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Be Better, Boston!

As I write this, my team, the last-place (last year) Boston Red Sox are beating The Forces of Evil in the very pit of Hell. That means the Red Sox are whipping the Yankees in the new Yankee Stadium. This … Continue reading

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Real Romantic

Valentine’s Day is looming and so I’m going to come right out and say it: I am a romantic. The Oxford English Dictionary’s second defintion of romantic is, “of, characterized by, or suggestive of an idealized view of reality. . … Continue reading

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