It was a deeply moving experience for a young boy to have and it left a lasting impression.
Visiting Home 4/16/23
We make the time for those things that are important to us.
Happy New Year from Star 1/1/23
Don’t tell my Hey Mister that I’m jumping in here to write a blog for the new year, but honestly, wouldn’t you rather read a feline perspective on the new year over one written by this dink human that I have trained to feed me and scoop my litter?
Daughter Day 9/26/22
On my social media page, I wrote, “Today is apparently daughters’ day, which has me thinking about my daughters, never born, always wanted. I wish I could have known you.”
A decade. An entire decade. Ten years. Well, I guess you know if it was a decade, it means ten years, but still, to think on it now is just nuts.
My grandfather on my mother’s side died of heart disease long before I was born, and although I technically did know my grandmother on my father’s side, I was too young to remember her. I only really knew my dad’s dad and my mom’s mom.
For a decade, we would rent a cabin in Michigan on Burt Lake
I think I want to write about family which, for my regular readers, might seem odd. But the reality is that I am with my family today, even though I am alone.
A Living Time Capsule 12/6/20
I had a very interesting idea for a family project to help strengthen the relationship with family elders. The idea is simple enough; a book wherein all family members, including the extended family, would be invited to write messages for future generations.
I actually learned quantum mechanics in that house. No, I was not a child prodigy, but there was a screen door out of the basement into the side yard that was kept shut with a long and relatively thin spring. I learned about harmonics there