Sometime in the not to distant future, I anticipate being informed by Kaiser Permanente, my HMO, that I have been selected to get my COVID 19 vaccination. I don’t know if I will be in an early selected group, but being in a high-risk category, …Read More
There is an old saying that “You Are What You Eat” and considering some of the strange things I have eaten in my life, if that is true, I am in bad shape. I grew up in a Jewish household, and some odd items were …Read More
Hometown & Old Friends
If you have a place that you can call your hometown, no matter how good or bad it might be or might have have been, I consider you to be lucky, and I am jealous. I, unfortunately, don’t have such a place that I can …Read More
Masks or No Masks?
As a result of the requirement to wear masks nowadays, we tend to hear the words “freedom” and, to a lesser degree, “liberty” a lot, as these concepts are fundamental to what it supposedly means to be an American. However, as we hear these terms …Read More
One of the things that I notice as I get older, especially now with the threat of Covid-19, is I always look at the obituaries in the Newspaper looking for someone I might have known and at the ages of the deceased. Although there have …Read More
On June 10, 2023, at 4:20 AM, a shimmering silvery sphere of about 200 feet diameter abruptly appeared out of nowhere and hovered above the Lincoln Reflecting Pool in the National Mall. The first people to see it were the few DC policemen patrolling the …Read More
On December 3rd, 1965, Larry Zelinsky and his best friend Arnold Weismann graduated from The University of California at Berkely. They both received Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Political Science and had applied and been accepted to attend law school at Stanford the following fall. …Read More
HOW I MET MY WIFE
In June 1961, I received my discharge from the Marine Corps and moved to Sacramento, where my parents were then living. I chose to go to Sacramento not because my parents were living there, but because of the super-hot girl, I had met there during …Read More
Why Do I Write?
The question of why do I write is especially significant to me as I am still astonished even today that I do write. If someone had told me only five years ago that I would regularly be writing and publishing novels, I would have been …Read More
Retiring From Florida to Colorado
My first exposure to Colorado was back in 1967 when my wife’s parents moved from Sacramento to Aurora, Colorado. Her father had just retired from the Air Force and was starting a new job as a navigator with United Airlines. At that time, my wife …Read More