The Snap of a Glove

Humans engage in numerous types of repetitive, rote, and semi-conscious activities every day. Some may teeter close to the edge of the subliminal if the activity has been repeated so often it does not register in your conscious thoughts.  I … Continue reading

The Coach

I have played sports throughout my life. Baseball, football, basketball, tennis, soccer, badminton, table tennis, running, cycling and even a short, and impressively painful, stint as a rugby winger.  I would much rather play sports than watch sports.  My wife … Continue reading

That Thing was Growing Inside Me?

Sensory abilities and acuity vary drastically from person to person. Some people have partial or complete loss of one or more of their five primary senses.  They must adapt to the world around them using their remaining neurosensory capabilities.  The … Continue reading