What’s large, gray, and doesn’t matter?
I wrote this haunting poem in my 9th grade English class and it was one of only a couple of poems selected in my class to be published in a poetry anthology book.
What do you call a sheep with no head or legs?
This short children’s story was written just after my first child was born in 1994 and is loosely based on my favorite childhood cat Tugger.
A magician was walking down the street one day and suddenly turned into a grocery store.
Living simply is about exploring simple ideas that can add more meaning and value to our lives while ditching the excess baggage that holds us back.
How many psychiatrists does it take to change a lightbulb?
Just one, but the lightbulb has to want to change.