Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Between the Fuzzy Parts

Looking back, it seems that much of life is a blur, or at least that's how it seems now. It turns out that life is a jumble of 'stuff', occasionally interrupted by moments of clarity. It is probably a good thing that most of us don't remember every single thing that ever happened in our lives. Most of it would likely be decidedly boring. We tend to remember the significant moments and events, good or bad – the stuff that happened 'Between the Fuzzy Parts'.

That is part of the opening to Larry's new book, available in e-book form on for PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, and Android (click the photo of the cover that you see to the right). 
The chapter titles in the book:

Moments of Clarity
The Kicker and the Kids
Wild Animals Made of Steel
Fathers, Sons, and Baseball
Survival In the City
Never Too Old
Night of the Living Deer
Beer, Cigarettes, and a Pitcher Full of Money
The Autographed Ball
In His Own League
The Arizona Memorial
The Old Rookie
Not A Morning Person
The Airport Thing
The Toughest Hundred Dollars
Wait 'Til Your Father Comes Home
Food Rules
Postal Non-Service
The Booze and the Flood
Life In Texas
Life In the Rough
Surviving the Wedding
Sweet Baby James
The Name I Knew
Credentials and Privileges
The Grandma and the Drummer
Baby Rules
Toddler Terror
Take Out the Trash Before the Curva Grande
One Big Pain
The Evil Empire
Worth Defending
Paying For Seats I Didn't Use
Saved By A Pizza
The Anthem
They Left Us Too Soon
Incredible Acts of Kindness
The Torture Chamber
The Fort
It's A Calling
Taking Things Apart
The Miracle
A Good Dusting
Say It Ain't So, J.D.
The Hanging Jury
Bullhorn Guy and Neanderthal Man
Adventure In the Desert
The Stars At Night, Are Big and Bright…
My Daughter's Eyes
It's Only A Spoof!
Reinventing the Wheel
Have A Beer
Lost In the Wilderness
Together Again
An Unhappy Return
Climb A Mountain, Eat A Peach
Paying Attention
I Don't Fit In Anymore
The Permanent Full Moon
They Were Here First
Falling From the Mainstream

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