Archive for July, 2009
First, a story: when my brother was married, he avoided the wedding planning like the plague. I was totally with him on this – I can’t imagine fretting about the details. He did offer one suggestion, the entrance music for the newly married couple at the reception. His wife-to-be, whom I love dearly, was happy […]
My father’s father was the first of my grandparents to die. I remember snippets and images of him, but nothing of his personality. He died when I was young. I remember his funeral, but didn’t really understand what it meant. My father’s mother was next. She died while I was in college, a few months […]
Mike sent over this link today. It’s a hysterical read. Start from the bottom and read up, then read page 1. It’ll take a few minutes, but the humor is there from the beginning.
This nicely written country tune is a lesson to companies everywhere: the customer you piss off next might be the one who obliterates millions of dollars of brand advertising.