Monthly Archives: June 2016

Reading and Revolutions

Heather and I have a lot of reading ahead of us. OK, that’s not unusual. After all, between us, we have enough books to be the northern annex of the Longmont Library. (“Yeah, that’s history and classic literature in the … Continue reading

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Now You See It

U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan, whatever his other gifts may be, has clearly never been a reporter. That might sound obvious, like noting that Bill Gates has never been an NFL linebacker. But it may explain a curious decision of … Continue reading

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The Next Step

When we lived in Kansas, Heather once had a surgery that kept her in the hospital for a week. I know it was a week because of the parade of food that resulted. If you’ve ever lived in the Midwest, … Continue reading

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Tugs and Stumbles

When the weather gets hot, I sometimes find myself thinking of the company picnics that my Dad’s work used to have. You may remember something similar. Lots of food, with an emphasis on potato salad. Lots of people, many of … Continue reading

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No Place Like Home

My home is running away from me. Yes, I wrote that correctly. It’s a simple demonstration of what Jack London might have titled The Call of the Grandchild. When two sisters with three kids between them both choose to live … Continue reading

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