At Least Half a Million Biscuits

In my father’s lifetime he made at least half a million biscuits. You see, he made at least 10,000 biscuits a year, every year, for over 50 years. And when you do something over and over – half a million plus times -you get good at it, VERY good at it. His biscuits were light […]

Michael Joins KPFT So What’s Your Story

Michael is the guest and tells 2 stories on “So, What’s Your Story” on KPFT Radio – recorded September 10, 2015. He tells his Houston Moth Story Slam winning story of Chemistry and love and he also tells a story form his grandfather about Christmas in rural Tennessee in the early 1900’s. Listen here Other […]

The Hairdresser and the Piano: a Parable

A chemist, a psychologist and a hairdresser were moving a piano. I am the psychologist in the story. The chemist is my sister’s husband, Bobby, and the hairdresser is Ben, Bobby’s brother. Dispel any stereotypes you have of a male hairdresser. Ben is quite masculine and loves women- so much so, that he has married […]

Michael Wins the Moth Story Slam!

Watch and listen to the story Michael game to won the very popular Moth Story Slam on May of this year (2015).  The topic of the night was “Chemistry”. Other posts you might be interested in: Michael on KPFT Radio (90.1 FM) Thresholds Talking About Compassionate Communication Michael comments on Street Harassment in Houston Houston Matters […]