Monthly Archives: February 2011

Malaise

Malaise:  noun – a vague or unfocused feeling of mental uneasiness, lethargy, or discomfort.You know, I’m starting to wonder if this cold and cloudy weather has something to do with my mood.  I’ve never been one of those ‘aw, shucks’ … Continue reading

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Settling

As I sat in my living room this morning, listening to old Creedence Clearwater Revival records, drinking coffee, and awaiting the cable company to come hook up my internet, I smiled in the contentedness of the moment.  It was early.  … Continue reading

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Contradiction

I was in the middle of a conversation with a good friend last night when I came to a realization.  Over the last few months, there have been several emotionally traumatic events in my life:  the failure of my marriage, … Continue reading

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Hidden

Have you ever felt you know something about somebody, but later find out that you didn’t know the true depth of knowledge that you thought you did?  Dad was really good at hiding things.  If he didn’t want you to … Continue reading

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Timing

It’s strange how I can have the exact same thought or say the exact same words and get entirely different reactions.  For example:  I have a picture on my desk at work of my family.  Mom, Dad, Tyler, and I … Continue reading

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Stuck

I’ve spent the last several days stuck in my apartment.  This horrible blizzard has cut me off from the rest of the world, it seems. My apartment is behind a house in a residential area in the middle of Tulsa. … Continue reading

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