"I would not like nights so bright you could not see the stars." -- Akira Kurosawa

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I grew up in a family of Southern storytellers. Back in 2004, I started Whole Bean to continue the tradition in a new medium. Over the years, I've written about families and friends, peculiar situations, extended road trips, recalcitrant home appliances, and many things for which I'm truly grateful. I hope you enjoy your time here.
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They say that if you're feeling frustrated, you should make lists of tasks. Ticking off items one by one as they are accomplished is supposed to make you feel better. Perhaps this is true. The broken items that I listed in my last post have now all been either corrected or are sitting in boxes awaiting installation (car radio). Of course, the refrigerator is still a beast, but that will be corrected (read replaced) in time.


It is a balmy fall day, just a little bit strange around the edges. Perhaps that is because:

1. The garage door is broken.
2. The washing machine is broken.
3. The car radio is broken.
4. A computer printer is broken.

Need I say more? Ah, well, the sun is shining and my iPod is working, at least for now. Although the battery does seem to be croaking, slowly but surely. Stay tuned...