Monthly Archives: June 2016

Rinse And Repeat

In what has become an increasingly rare alignment of my adult and near-adult children’s respective calendars, we had a 10-day period earlier this month when everybody was home at the same time. That’s unusual. My son Evan lives in Memphis. My daughter Emily lives in Tacoma. And my son Jonathan, while technically still a high school-age resident of our house, is verifiably spotted with Yeti-like frequency. And so we planned a three-day, family getaway to nearby Brattleboro, Vermont. As always, […] Click to read more…

 

Are You White House Bound?

By any chance, have you been following the upcoming U.S. presidential race? (Note to non-Americans, please keep your laughing to a minimum; it rattles the candidates.) For any number of reasons – nearly all of which I’m not going to get into – it’s been, shall we say, unusual, relative to prior races. Listen To This Post There is one thing in particular that’s caught my attention: This time around, the primaries really matter. Not just the primaries in general, […] Click to read more…