This war is bigger than all of us, almost too big to even understand. A war where winning feels like losing, and losing means you're dead.
I've been to Peru, Columbia, Somalia, Bosnia, Iraq twice, and Afghanistan amongst other places I still can't talk about. Those places were scary. Funny the way things turn out. I had to come home to learn true fear.
We were on foot, moving down Geary Boulevard when the runners showed up in force from two directions. There were thousands…Continue
I will "celebrate" the third anniversary of the fall of our civilization to the Campion virus by recounting the thoughts going through my mind during our most recent scavenging mission.
I've been to my dad's newest house on several occasions. It never felt like a home. That prefab house was an empty husk, a fitting representation of all that was in his life. I hardly dream of that place and when I do they are never pleasant.
Our house in Lodi, now that was a…Continue