We all age – with or without grace. Everyone feels free to benchmark our performance, and age is often the preferred metric. Continue reading
The world is full of serious issues, and people who take themselves too seriously. My goal is to avoid both today. It’s time to discuss unlikely attachments.
My former boss once asked a captive audience, “What do lawyers and mice have in common?” Continue reading
This summer I have tried to gain a better understanding of both peacocks and genes. You may wonder what in the world they have to do with each other. Read on and find out.
Let’s start with the peacocks. Continue reading
I wish there was a “just for you, just on time” form of democracy. There is clearly a market for one.
Democracy is a little like saving. It’s a slow process, you experience setbacks at times, and your ultimate goal may seem unreachable all too often. Continue reading
Fact or fiction; you name it, I’ll read it. I often wish I could read people too. Some say they can; I say dream on. People are such a complex mix of genes, life experiences and personality. Continue reading
My mother passed away a few years ago, but she is with me every day. She is there in my values, my work ethics, and my priorities. I still chat with her, especially around Mother’s Day. Continue reading
“It’s definitely rheumatoid arthritis,” the doctor said. “Go to the nurses’ station. Your nurse will explain the medication, the tests, and all the other details.”
The world was getting on with its business outside. My world had just stopped. This was not good news. Continue reading