So. That story about Ellen Paquette and her harp of awesomeness - which is named Oleander, by the way - spawned a series. Stories of the many hospice volunteers who also do cool shit. It really is amazing that volunteers provide the majority of services at Hospice of Warren County. What's so very cool about … Continue reading Hospice and Volunteers
In which we learn the lie that is love at first sight.
This week's column is going to be about altruism. And when you Google: "Tim Minchin Altrusim," you get this. It's a good little silly song about love. I guess.
Whoa, dudes. This weekend went fast. We spent the night at the Hampton Inn in Warren, which is our Valentine's tradition. It was a lot more fun when I was sleeping on a couch and we didn't have the ability to watch television in bed. But. Still fun. Mostly for the girls, who take great … Continue reading Columns and…Columns
So last week I shared "If I Didn't Have You," which is a song about the statistical unlikelihood that there's one perfect person for any one of us. Today, the day before the unholy day of our lord, February 14, I'm following through with the theme of Love and Tim with "You Grew On Me." … Continue reading Minchin Monday and (Icky) Love Stuff
Here's the story I was interviewing Ellen for when I posted that delightful photo of High Tea at the Arbor Tree Cafe and Tea House last week. Ellen plays harp for Hospice patients. She's becoming a Certified Clinical Musician. Read all about it here!
So long as I haven't messed up any of my paperwork, my divorce will be final this week. I began the process of filing Pro Se (without a lawyer) and In Forma Pauperis (fee free) in October of 2016. The whole process was a bit overwhelming, but with the arrest dating back to June of … Continue reading Minchin Monday and Pro Se Jose