Chuck Sigars has been writing his weekly newspaper column, “Chuck’s World,” in western Washington State since 2001, along with three books (another to come in 2013), various other writing projects and a blog, “The World According to Chuck,” since 2003, now boasting a readership in excess of 23 distinct visitors each and every day.
Books by Chuck Sigars
50 is the New Nothing — Starting Over in the Middle. Click on the cover for more info.
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55 And Up
Blogging the last part.I think we should took take advantage of the situation and rejoice in our brief, rare moment of unity, one nation, under God, indivisible, all of us very cold. The Arctic air that snuck across the border undetected and now is about to unleash something that looks suspiciously like winter on most of the country [...]Author: ChuckPosted: December 5, 2013Just taking a breath. Seems like my life has been turned upside down in a good way these past few months, and sometimes it’s enough just to get done what I can. But I feel as though I’m gearing up for another marathon, maybe a solid calendar year of daily posts. Aren’t we all excited. [...]Author: ChuckPosted: December 4, 2013Due to all my recent travel, two pretty routine appointments got slammed together this week, lined up like God was my scheduler. I had little to do with it, in other words. I only had to show up. A dental cleaning on Thursday morning, and a yearly physical exam on Friday. Both of them required [...]Author: ChuckPosted: November 23, 2013I wrote essentially my assassination column this week; if you’re interested in a “where I was and what I was doing” story, that’s what I remember. Which is not much, and a lot of that is suspect, like everything else I think I remember. The boy I refer to in the piece was Joe Brehm, [...]Author: ChuckPosted: November 22, 2013It’s a balmy 32 degrees in my neighborhood this morning, making everyone feel better about saying I’m freezing. A little bit helps. And while I’ve reached the age where my body temperature apparently drops one full degree for every year I continue to breathe, I appreciate the reorientation. For the past two months, I’ve had [...]Author: ChuckPosted: November 20, 2013