I am a project manager/systems analyst by day, sporadic writer by night, a Catholic-husband-father-Red Sox fan 24/7/365.
On my old blog I described myself in this manner: A student of history, I am an amateur at satire and am prone to occasional bouts of excessive sarcasm. A seeker of Truth, this blog presents my hopefully humorous, sometimes witty view of things religious, political, and anything else that happens to cross my addled mind. But always with the goal to make you think.
After a lot of thought I’ve decided that the description still fits. I am also a die-hard member of Red Sox nation as I have been since watching my first baseball game on television, one from the 1975 World Series between the Sox and the Reds.
I am a voracious reader and am an aspiring author. Among my favorites is G.K. Chesterton and I thought it fitting, for now, if I quote him in order to wrap up this page.
In the end it will not matter to us whether we wrote well or ill; whether we fought with flails or reeds. It will matter to us greatly on what side we fought. – G.K. Chesteron: All Things Considered