Been Away So Long I Hardly Knew The Place

Well.  Two years between posts.  Just to be clear, I was unable to log in here for over a year, I finally had to get the good people at WordPress to work a little magic with my credentials.  I’m not completely sure of the direction I’ll be heading with this, I only know that for a time I didn’t feel like I had much to say, but I think that has changed, and, well, I have this here blog.

Tonight I’ll be heading to Vanderbilt to watch my daughter participate in a debate with the college Republicans (both of them?) on the issues of immigration and foreign policies.  I never encouraged her to join the college Dems but it seems clear she wants to engage, and that makes me proud.

My legion group platoon duo of readers probably want to be brought up to speed on happenings here at Coyote Creek, so, here goes:  The family is happy and healthy, we lost Rocky, MeHa, and Chipper, but gained a Cookie and a Georgia. The horses and goats are fat.  One child is at Vandy, the other is about to be in his last year in high school hell.  Neither of them are fat. Your handsome host finally escaped from a cult that required a daily sacrifice of self-respect and punished any sign of innovation or human-ness.  I am back to wandering in the woods with my arsenal of discs and actually enjoying life as an old person.

Caught up?  Good.  Appreciate ya stopping by.  Do it again.

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2 responses to “Been Away So Long I Hardly Knew The Place

  1. FIRST! Yay! So apparently, I signed up for email updates for your blog. Looking forward to reading your stuff again! You have a lot to say and it needs to be shared.

  2. democommie

    Welcome back, Mack! I’m not enjoying old age at the moment but it’s only because my body’s a mess and so are my finances; well, we’ll always have this place!

    I’ve got to work (I get a few hours as Chef de Plongeur at a local establishment) but I’ll get back tomorrow or so.

    Crank out the vitriol, Mack! Good luck to the daughter in her debate.

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