A beautiful, lasting tribute to a loving husband from his wife, started near the end of
their eighteen month journey fighting the brain tumor that took his
life. Her thoughts and feelings are pure poetry.
3/9/06 Waiter Rant -- stories from a restaurant
3/8/06 Heck of a Guy -- outside blog, amusing doctor
3/6/06 The Wisdom of a Distracted Mind -- wry Wisconsin guy
Usually I don't get excited about the Guest Editor or the Guest
Editor's Picks. Either I already know him or her or I'm familiar
with most of the journals they've chosen to pimp.
On the other hand if I don't know them or their picks I'm usually just disappointed after a quick read.
Until this week. When I discovered the wild and wacky world of DEAD INVESTIGATIONS the journal written by the SWAT cop who is this week's Guest Ed.
Can't link? Here's the URL:
He hasn't written a whole lot yet, but what's there is very
entertaining, considering the subjects he's writing about -- dead
bodies, transporting criminals, chasing bad guys, and trade secrets
like learning how to pick up hookers.
Ever since I started writing on AOL, and now Blogger, the most
interesting and entertaining journals, in my opinion, have been the
ones written by law enforcement, firefighters or paramedics. No one has
better subject material or more riveting stories. No one writes better
comedy, as black as it is. No one laughs at themselves more or makes me
I think you'll like Dead Investigations.
For now, I will use this entry to add any more journals I think are
worth reading, since my Other Journals sidebar is almost maxed
out. You can link here via New Journal Discoveries to see what