The Summer Wind


A nother weird week. It seems like death is following us around no matter what we do. I suppose that’s the way it is going to be until we manage the virus and people are able to think again. I have no idea what killed Charlie Watts. But, it may illustrate something that I’ve longContinue reading “The Summer Wind”

Flourishing


There is a piece in The New York Times that is the opposite of last week’s languishing. This time it’s flourishing. The author gives you some steps to take to move from languishing to flourishing. There are seven of them. Most of them are smallish things like clean the kitchen or take the trash out.Continue reading “Flourishing”

Colors


I like the caption better than I like the headline. Okay, the title. The base image is of the past. It’s a long story, but many, many years ago, my Dad thought that he wanted to work as a watch maker. Like me, he lacked the patience to do that kind of meticulous work. That’sContinue reading “Colors”