Category Archives: The Lighter Side Newspaper column

Writing a humorist column for a New Mexico newspaper from 1997-1998, these are the articles that shows how the world looked through my eyes at that time.

My Travel Preference


I apologize for the extended hiatus. The past month has found me conducting a seminar series in Colorado, married off our youngest son, and moved him and his bride to Florida. I hope now to be back on my regular … Continue reading

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The Judas Syndrome


I turn serious this week with an evaluation on current events. Two thousand years ago, Judas, a disciple of Christ, became impatient. Despite the fact that he had the enviable position of treasurer for his disciple group, he wasn’t satisfied. … Continue reading

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What Want Ads Really Mean


One of my side interests is helping individuals write resumes and prepare for job interviews. I know what great satisfaction and relief a good job and career can do for ones self esteem. Since I have presented numerous seminars on the subject, … Continue reading

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The Good Old Days, Weren’t They Horrible


As I visit my children in their homes, I get flashbacks to when my wife and I were just getting started in life. It’s only human nature to reflect on the past and wipe away the worst of times and … Continue reading

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