A day in the life of a waitperson hoping to hold on to life.
Another good man gone.
The obituary for Pride, an "all-around outstanding guy." He's with a bunch of friends.
It was Ronnie Patton's kind of funeral. Just too damn bad it had to be his.
The best audience any kid could ever hope for has moved on down the road, no doubt laughing all the way.
A fella who I didn't know – name of Randy Forrester – died yesterday in Santa Fe, and I've been thinking about him. So I figured I'd share some of my thoughts with you. They might interest you, particularly if you're a New Mexican, or wonder why anybody would choose to be one. I guess … Continue reading Shine on, Randy Forrester
Marie Colvin didn't have to die in the bombed-out debris of a Syrian hideout in Homs. So why was she there? You might want to think about it.
A Santa Fe soldier gets the Congressional Medal of Honor.
"Buck." A documentary about horses and humans -- the gentle and non-so-gentle.
& On the drive up to Denver last Friday to begin a long weekend of memorial services for departed friends, I realized that I had been well-prepared to mourn my old friend and college roomie Jerry Davies. By the end of April, Time had softened January's raw black-on-white bad news of his death and replaced … Continue reading Memories of a couple of miracles