Author Archive for Joe Moris
You will read this from the 27th of December through the first of the New Year.
I’m living a charmed life. When my last column came out on Nov. 30 I was on a plane to Puerto Vallarta ($435 round trip with direct 2.5 hour flights). I now sit on my bed in my little oasis writing this column.
Life is funny. Ask anyone who has retired and they will say that they have never been busier.
This is one of my tougher columns to write. I was in the minority Tuesday before last. I’m considered by the winners as old, white, moronic, heartless, etc.
We are entering election week. After two years of campaigning we all have a chance to vote for the persons that we individually think will shape this nation the way we would like it to be.
I have been writing in my columns lately a lot about debunking the myth that if you go to Mexico you will be kidnapped or beheaded.
The kids are back in school and now we have that great fall weather in San Diego.
In a column I wrote on March 23rd of this year, I mentioned that my golf buddy Jim Sullivan’s wife Lisa was diagnosed with stage four cancer.
The first column I ever wrote for The Coast News was about trying to figure out a place to retire as cheaply as possible.
By now we have heard the constant drum about the Aurora massacre by a young San Diego man. But we Americans, being in the 24-hour news cycle, have short attention spans because there always seems to be a crisis going with another right around the corner. I’m so exhausted.