I also used to work for the Austin American-Statesman.
I wrote some articles.
Come sail away with me — Published 02-07-02
A Labrynithe Maze — 11-22-01
A stroll down SoCo — 9-6-01
Book Review: “In a Sunburned Country” — 7-9-00
Zilker Kite Festival — 3-9-00
New Year’s Eve — 12-30-99
Georgetown Christmas Stroll — 12-2-99
Book Review: “Passage to Juneau” — 11-28-99
Texas Renaissance Festival — 11-14-99
Book Review: “Best American Sports Writing 1999” — 10-31-99
Shiner Bocktoberfest — 10-14-99
And he made a video. Because Internet. Taken Nov 23rd, 2015 at Copper Mountain. I-70 is death. Related Content:David Does Winter by David December 28, 2015 David posted a couple of videos recently on the Familyvance YouTube Channel that we hope you’ll watch as an enticement…Skiing Near Boulder by David July 21, 2015 So you…
Jessica: Joshua, do you want to play baseball, soccer, basketball or [mumbled]football[/mumbled]?
Joshua: I want to play baseball. And soccer. And basketball.
Me: Do you want to play football?
Me: Do you want to be the boy that runs with the football, or the boy that tackles the boy with the football?
Today is David’s 36th birthday.
Driving home from school, Elijah and Joshua were talking in the back seat as usual. They started talking about grades in school and how when Elijah is in 4th grade, Joshua will be in 2nd grade and so on. They went on through middle school and high school.
Joshua said, “12th grade is the last grade.”
I replied, “And then you go to college.”
Joshua then said in the sweetest, most sincere voice, “You go to college, then you get married, then you get a baby, and then you live happily ever after.”
I hope he’s learning from example.
A quick note about fishing at Sandstone Ranch. Recently I was talking to the guy behind the counter at Longmont Indoor Soccer when he mentioned he caught a nice pound or so bass at Sandstone Ranch. He even whipped out a picture on his phone. Since Josh practices and plays his home soccer games at…
Waneka Lake is a heavy-use urban reservoir of about 55 acres in Lafayette, Colorado. The official website says the lake is stocked with bluegill, carp, crappie, large and smallmouth bass, pumpkinseed sunfish and yellow perch, but a co-worker of mine recently mentioned that trout are occasionally stocked. He pointed me to the Colorado Parks and…