Truck salesman, Photographer, wannabe writer, husband, friend, and Orioles' fan out of Baltimore, MD.
Friday, February 25, 2022: A history professor from Trappe, Maryland, a quaint Eastern Shore town, named Mickey Miller returned home after a 45-minute drive from Salisbury University. It is finally Friday night and his students had been a tough crowd the second half of the week. He sat down to relax in his brown leather La-Z-Boy after building a fire in his wood stove and pouring a glass of his favorite hard-to-find bourbon, Colonel E.H. Taylor Small Batch. The Revolutionary War era of American History was his forte. He loved it so much that he filled his library with biographies of the founding fathers. One he had been reading for the second time was “Alexander Hamilton” by Ron Chernow.
Days go by slowly Blink and the years quickly pass So much time wasted