With the season of giving in full swing, this week we are going to talk about one of the greatest gifts you can give others -- yourself. Volunteering … [Read Discussion Topic...]
On December 07, 2013, my son Aaron turned 21. He lives here, while he sorts out his return to college. I see him nearly every … [Read More...]
The murder of twenty children and six adults in a Newtown, Connecticut school was devastating, heartbreaking, and senseless. … [Read More...]
The two pictures above depict two times we had four generations of direct father/son Taylor men together in one room. Three … [Read More...]
I sat there with tears in my eyes, scarcely able to process what I was hearing.
What was being said simply couldn't be real. … [Read More...]
By the ripe age of 29, I had suffered every hit to the groin imaginable. Fists, feet, randomly thrown objects, baseballs, … [Read More...]
By all accounts my son is a gifted athlete.
He's the best player on his football team and a difference maker on the soccer … [Read More...]
Cold, dry winter air is brutal on my hands. Untreated, I suffer with dry, cracked, and bleeding hands all winter. Treated, I … [Read More...]
Note: This post includes some derogatory language that some people might find offensive. I explain why I chose to use it … [Read More...]
Not long ago, I read on the Internet about a group of men who had formed an unique Internet support group. A new men’s group- … [Read More...]
I'll admit, it doesn't take much to get me to cry anymore.
Since I had kids, the floodgates open pretty often and pretty … [Read More...]
There is a hilarious parody of Norman Rockwell's Thanksgiving where the "trailer park" family is feasting on KFC and washing … [Read More...]
My wife and I have noticed this happening over the last couple of weeks---it seems like a never-ending full moon lately. … [Read More...]
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