Look! A badge! How official.
The story of young Beauregard Fritzen’s road to the Olympics is a bumpy one. On the boy’s eighth birthday Pocko, his turtle and only friend, was struck down by polio. At age twelve, Fritzen’s neighbor’s milkman was blinded in one … Continue reading
Some of you may recall I mentioned our family dog Pepper and his digestive issues in an earlier post. Poor Pepper. As a puppy he was sick all the time until the vet determined he was born without the ability … Continue reading
No matter the love hate relationship I may have with Manhattan it is, and shall always be, an exquisite place to be a writer. A place that cries out to be observed and catalogued for future explorations into the funny, … Continue reading
Somewhere, deep in the bowels of New York city, the roaches are teaching adult education classes to the mice and I thought you should know. A thousand years ago when I moved here, I knew full well I would have … Continue reading