11 May 2015

My mother, the Green Hornet, and other notes of love

My mother, the Green Hornet, and other notes of love

Are you still feeling the glow of Mother’s Day? It was a glorious brunch filled day at the Pfister this past Sunday when good sons and daughters showered their moms with well deserved adoration. Me? I was out of town, there and I’m not 100% certain that my Mom even had a good cup of […]

8 May 2015

Abraham Lincoln was a lawyer, you know

Abraham Lincoln was a lawyer, you know

I make it a habit to never ask another man in a suit if he’s packing heat. So far, sovaldi this choice has served me very well. But it was hard, I mean REALLY, REALLY hard not to go up to the guy in the suit I noticed on the stairs overlooking the lobby and […]

6 May 2015

She had me at “cheeseburger”

She had me at “cheeseburger”

Maybe it’s because I’m a sucker for blondes, medical but something told me I was gonna love a certain couple of ladies who lunch. You can tell just by looking at someone that they have that unmistakable something-something called soul. And you don’t get soul by shutting your eyes and putting on blinders. You get […]

4 May 2015

Rules of My Engagement

Rules of My Engagement

Hello. And, physician boy, am I happy you’re reading. Whenever I start a venture I like to understand the rules of the engagement. Please note, however, that I haven’t said that I like to follow the rules. Oh dear me, no. That’s not necessarily my path. But if we all understand the rules together, we’ll […]

29 Apr 2015

Toodle-loo.

Toodle-loo.

My term as Pfister Narrator is about to expire.  A bell is sounding.  A cane is coming to pull my waist off the stage.  A gong is sounding.  Ladies are booing, children are throwing popcorn at me, but I do not want to leave my flaming hula hoop. I still wanted to tell you the story about […]