And what about my heart, my battery? Fifteen years and still going strong. Always keeps its charge.
Jim Woessner is a visual artist and writer living the idyllic life on a Sausalito houseboat. This comes after a long engineering career and a short teaching one. He has an MFA from Bennington and his poetry and fiction has appeared in both online and print magazines, including The Daily Drunk; Close to the Bone; Children, Churches & Daddies; Down in the Dirt; The Sea Letter; and Potato Soup Journal. Additionally, two of his comedy plays have been performed in community theatres.