I celebrate my first full year of blogging by treating you to a compilation of bygone blogs this Thanksgiving Day. Because I can. That’s what makes blogging so fun. No one is there to tell me what to write, when to write, or how to write. Continue reading
It’s not enough to announce that we are fed up with our leaders, and then get on with our lives in a “I don’t want to think about it” mode. Democracies don’t work that way. Continue reading
Some things are obvious, such as the meaning of loving parents and siblings that always have your back. They are invaluable. Some of us are blessed with both – and more. Continue reading
We all age – with or without grace. Everyone feels free to benchmark our performance, and age is often the preferred metric. Continue reading
Who says Donald Trump isn’t visionary. He said that the world is a mess, and proceeded to make sure that it is. Not that the world needed his help. Continue reading
A 19-year-old woman was found dead in a walk-in hotel freezer in Chicago some time ago. The incident caught fire on social media, and was widely covered by the more traditional media too.
I mention this only to illustrate what catches our attention these days. Continue reading
It’s time to stick my spoon in the soup, which is a Finnish saying for adding one more stirrer in the pot or finger in the pie. I am taking a moment to contemplate Finland, with some politics and hurricanes thrown into the mix. Continue reading