Question 325 of 365: What is our stealth bomber?

Image via Wikipedia Fruit snacks are one of the most incredible treats to a child. The molded gelatinous fruit juice in the shapes of favorite cartoon characters or objects is treasured almost beyond understanding. They are toys, they are dolls, and they are food. You can get them stuck in …

Question 323 of 365: How do you grow a mustache?

Image via Wikipedia My father had a fantastic beard when I was born. He kept it for years, always handsomely groomed. I remember its scratchy texture against my childhood skin. It was like a character in our lives that no one really talked about but that we could depend on just to …

Question 321 of 365: What is the sand in our mouths?

Image by dionhinchcliffe via Flickr One of my earliest memories of the ocean was with my grandparents. I was on a trip to an Elder-hostel with my brother and we stopped by the beach to swim and play in the sand. Up until this point, I don’t remember having a particular …

Question 320 of 365: What forces us to reconsider?

Image via CrunchBase When someone is dead, they are dead to everyone. While this is crass, it is nonetheless true. It is something that I have accepted, even if it is hard to imagine. I make believe that I can fill the vacancy that others leave behind with pictures and …

Question 318 of 365: What is the difference between support and sales?

You will support your ideas any way that you can. You will defend them. You will decry alternatives. You will link to items that reiterate your claims. You will pursue those who want to debate you, and you will wrestle with the intellectuals that try to pick your words apart. You believe …

Question 316 of 365: What is first?

Starting is everything. The first step is one that you want to make surefooted. The pull of what needs attention isn’t so powerful when you have lined everything up. The home office. The phone. The computer. All of the tools that will help are laid out and waiting to be …