At my oldest niece’s graduation. I still vividly remember the day she was born. Listening to her class valedictorians speak, watching her grow up in the world around her and make the choices that she has, reaffirms my faith in next generation, and reminds me how much more work mine still has to do. @ Hobson, Montana

Our Mandated Health Care – What the Hell did I just pay for?!

Every month I receive a statement from my health insurance, which I ordered up through the marketplace, It’s a frustrating experience. Before I tell you why, let me give you a bit of a rundown on my personal situation. I have a family of five and Uncle Sam said we must have insurance, so… Continue reading Our Mandated Health Care – What the Hell did I just pay for?!

“Free Stuff”

Originally posted February 25th, 2019 We’re going to be seeing a lot more talk about Socialism now that Bernie is running again. You’re probably going to see a lot posts about people, especially Millennials, demanding “free” stuff. I’d like a minute to talk about that, if you’re game. Well, probably a few minutes, I’m a… Continue reading “Free Stuff”

Tempest Fugit

Originally posted March 28th, 2019. My youngest little dude turns 14 today. My oldest will turn 16 in less than two weeks… Several years ago I read a passage in a book somewhere that said children are basically on loan to us for a little while. They are not ours to keep, we have them… Continue reading Tempest Fugit