I’m watching the boys in the backyard as they sniff along the fence line. Johnny Rose marked six-months-old yesterday. Ben is a protective bugger at age 3. It’s Thanksgiving Eve. I’ve shut down work for the day. The sun floods my office, and I should be out in it. Instead, I find myself scanning myContinue reading “The Last Time”
Remember February 2020? It was the last time we were free to live and move and explore. It was the end of innocence. We freely went to the store, office, on planes – all of it. Can we all just agree that none of us want to read (or write) about the obvious changes thatContinue reading “How It Happened – And I’m So Grateful It Did”
A Year of Quasi Isolation It’s very typical of me to start all my writing with a “here we are” paragraph. Here we are in time. Here we are in a place. It’s my habit, my style. I’m attached to providing the reader with an idea of where I am so we can start onContinue reading “A Year of Quasi Isolation”
It’s a a rather blustery morning as February 2021 rolls into existence. Mercury is also rolling – backwards. So that gives us all pause; by “all” I mean us sensitive types (raises hand, points finger at self). Let’s get on with it. Feedback: “Can I give you a little bit of feedback?” “Feedback” sends myContinue reading “February – Welcome.”
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Jake Ryan Turns 10 It’s just past 6 p.m. I stare out the back window, keeping an eye on Jake Ryan. He needs no eye kept on him. The wooden fence keeps him trapped in the yard. Regardless of this, my maternal instinct keeps me here, watching. He chews on grass, sauntering between grazing sites. Continue reading “Jake Turns 10”