sem·i·co·lon ˈsemēˌkōlən,ˈsemīˌkōlən/ noun 1. A punctuation mark (;) indicating a pause, typically between two main clauses, that is more pronounced than that indicated by a comma. 2. A symbol that makes people angry.
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We don’t get to pick when we have a moment of clarity, it just happens, and dammit it all if mine didn’t happen at a McDonald’s at 8:30 PM on a Wednesday.
And no, I am not ashamed of it.
I know I said this before, but last year was busy and I mean it this time around: My wife gave birth to our first child. We moved into a condo we bought. I am just now getting into the nitty gritty of my wife and I’s business. My buddy and I started a Kickstarter… Read more »
It’s late, so I am going to make this brief. Everyday I am going to make something interesting or fun. Silly could be an apropos way of saying it. Why am I doing this? It’s because I’ve found that life is just a hot piece of garbage without some fun in it, be it engineered or… Read more »
It’s Earth Day! For me, Earth Day used to mean plays and presentations and a full day of playing outside in the dirt as a kid. When I got older it meant school classes filled with earth-themed lessons. As an adult, Earth Day faded into the background of my busy life. I used it as… Read more »
Let’s get this straight, this was formerly a blog written by a single writer, but that is no more. Ironclad Words is now going to be a hub where story lives, is thought about, and talked about. I wanted to make this site into something more than a single writer’s ponderings. Moving forward, you will… Read more »
Goals are these elusive things in our life that we have a sometimes vague notion in the back of our minds. They sit there, in a chair, on a porch, and scream at us as we come zooming by on our bike about making too much noise and eventually they fall asleep reading the Sunday… Read more »