Monthly Archives: May 2020

Unearth-a Your Inertia

When it comes to life experiences, there is a near endless supply of things you have lived that your children will never know: They will never load film into a camera. They will never call the local movie theater to find out what’s playing and when. They will never put the milk back in the fridge despite the fact that I have told them a thousand times that I’m not made out of money over here and … Where was I? […] Click to read more…

 

Isn’t It Ironic

If there’s an Irony Hall of Fame somewhere (located in a burned down fire station, I can only hope), the following story deserves a display… My youngest son, Jonathan, turned 21 in Denver last week. On that same day, and not coincidentally, both his passport and driver’s license expired. So we decided to FedEx him his new passport which had just arrived here in Boston.  We didn’t want to send it without a signature on the receiving end (many things get […] Click to read more…