Hardly Your Average Joe

My lifelong pal, Joe Saddler, saved me from going to hell—and so much more.
an illustration of Phil Gulley caught up in his list of to-dos

I’ll Do It Tomorrow

I have a long to-do list, and getting started on it is probably on there.
Phillip Gulley illustrated in an elephant republican mascot looking at a donkey he is sitting on

The Elephant In The Room

Our political incumbents are about as legitimate as my claim to be a Republican.

Tipping Point

It's canoeing season in Indiana, but not for Philip Gulley.
The Royal Treatment for a black queen of indiana shaking hands with Phil Gulley illustration

The Royal Treatment

Despite Phil Gulley's contempt for royalty, he thinks the governor should be overthrown by a queen, preferably a Black one.
An illustration of Gulley reaching out to Parent Trap his kiddos

The Parent Trap

People should stay close to home where they belong, particularly when those people are my kids.
A man welcoming people on boats from an Indiana beach due to climate change

Sea Change

Global warming is real, but maybe Florida’s loss will be our gain.

Country Living Is Such A Chore

Pastoral life has a reputation for being relaxing, but the cold truth is: It’s a lot of work.
Phil Gulley shaking hands with David Winters

Meet Me In The Middle

Even in a small town like Danville, there’s room for civility between the two Americas.
Phil Gulley appreciates the power of spring smells like Dairy Queen ice cream, fresh cut grass

Scents And Sensibility

I once underappreciated the emotional power of smell, but I've come to my senses.