Category Archives: Noah
Noah is becoming a little superstar. I posted in last week’s version of “Noahspeaks” that my three-year-old could read a book (and that he liked girls). The authors who put out Bob Books have a brilliant product for little readers. … Continue reading
I don’t care whether my son grows up to be gay or straight. I will love him whether or not he loves boys or girls. I wrote here last week that he has a crush on one of the girls … Continue reading
A conversation I had with my three-year-old son Saturday: Noah: Daddy, my skin is light, momma’s skin is light, Nanna’s skin is light and everybody else’s skin in the family is light. But yours isn’t. Why are you dark-skinned and … Continue reading
Seriously, my 3-year-old son makes me play the Biscuit Brothers each time we are in my car, or when we are at home on my DVD player. A week or so ago, when this little diddy popped up on the … Continue reading
He wouldn’t fall asleep, so I loaded him into my car and drove around Austin and… voila!
How many unemployed writers in Austin have more than 15 years of experience? Can’t be that many, can it?
Sorry to continue bludgeoning you with bad news on my job search front, but this was in my in-box this morning: Thank you for your recent interest in our posting on Craigslist for a Public Affairs reporter for (blank online … Continue reading