Meeting Pete Townshend – Part II

If you missed Part I last week, here’s a quick link. And now, Part II… Caught back up with the gang at their hotel around 9:45 and we were on the road to the Windy City at 10:25.  I flittered between conversation, listening to cell phone calls (wishing I could make a few myself but…

Meeting Pete Townshend

The following is something I wrote for an internet chat group that focuses on The Who.  It was originally five separate pieces.  I have edited these from their original state, taking out friend’s names and removing language that only the chat group would understand.  This is now one complete story that I’ll post in two…

Writing Archive – World Series Essay

I believe this essay about baseball’s World Series was written early in high school.  I can tell because the Chicago Cubs still didn’t have lights in Wrigley Field!  Here’s a baseball flashback from the archives, complete with my grade and teacher’s remarks… Baseball fans wait impatiently for each October to arrive and bring along the…

Writing Archive – The Last Dinosaur

 I like to call my early stories “little kid writing.”  Ahhhh…those were the days.  I had yet to discover quotation marks so of course any conversations weren’t set off from the actual story.  This particular story ends pretty abruptly, and as far as I can can tell it was due to me running out of…

Brewers Inside and Out – Writing Archive

In the sixth grade we were given the assignment to create our own magazine.  I think I took the “write about what you know” thing to heart because I made my magazine content about the Milwaukee Brewers.  At least I thought I knew what I was talking about.  And as you can see below, Pete…