You may recall that I’ve been struggling with my riding and push mowers. This is today’s tale of woe.
My wife and I recently celebrated our 36th wedding anniversary. I mentioned on Facebook that our wedding almost didn’t happen. Friend asked for details. Here […]
A short while ago, I wrote about the lack of cultural sensitivity from a local retailer. It’s happened again. Rather, it’s been happening, this time at a local Great Clips franchise.
Serving on the DCC has been a wonderful experience. I have met many terrific people and made some life-long friendships. But I need to put my needs, and those of my family, first. Thank you for the opportunity to have served this community.
Cultural sensitivity is important. The lack of it takes on many forms and can be found in many places. My most recent encounter occurred at my local BevMo! I’m a little mad, but feel I should share this story.
We were at the veterinarian office on Monday to get her stitches removed. There, I confronted the ghost of Xaviar Cugat.
My brother Mando
My brother Jorge Armando “Mando” Vera passed away today from blood clots related to COVID19. He was a much loved person and led a very complicated, interesting life.
I visited the Fresno’s Chaffee Zoo earlier this week. What a pleasant surprise! The Zoo has become a testament to the good that can happen when taxes are used for the benefit of the community.
The sense of smell is powerful. It evokes memories and inspires imagination. I have had several very important women in my life. The legendary Chanel No. 5 scent was worn by several of them.
I was a huge fan of Los Lobos in the early 80’s. I played sax as a youth. But Steve Berlin, the sax man, is on another plane.