...there's a way of seeing a situation from a different vantage point. I've talked before about my friend, Will. I've mentioned how he completely changed the flow of my home by suggesting I re-purpose 3 of the rooms, swapping the dining room, living room and office to become a family room, master bedroom and dining room. … Continue reading Where there’s a Will…
After vacillating for days, I made the decision Sunday morning to spend my afternoon catching some bonus paddle boarding time. My early obligation of the day went surprisingly smoothly and I just couldn't resist the opportunity to get on the water for one more time this season. I arrived at the Kayak Shack in Saratoga … Continue reading Has anyone seen the bridge?
I've been a Yankees fan my entire life. In elementary school I flipped baseball cards with the boys to add to my collection and when Thurman Munson died while I was away at camp, I convinced the counselors that the American flag needed to be lowered to half mast in the Captain's honor. The Yankees' … Continue reading Jeter is #2 to no one
Another year around the sun complete. Some words which moved me - to smile, to laugh, to think, to cry. Life is full. Times passes quickly. Each day is a gift.
It must have been the unfortunate choice of Pandora station - U2's Running to Stand Still, that prompted my run to be filled with thoughts of love. Many of the songs were familiar, but I forged a new understanding of them as the lyrics relentlessly pounded me for 5 miles. As my mind sought an … Continue reading The earthiness of love
It was bound to happen eventually, I suppose. The longer you live, the smaller the world becomes and the more likely it is that the individual spheres of one's personal world will begin to overlap. Last night I helped train our new server at the Wine Bar. She is a former student. Sigh. I obviously … Continue reading Censorship
Did you play that game when you were a kid? We usually alternated between Red Light and Mother, May I? on autumn evenings which grew more quickly dark as each day passed. They were fun games to play during times, which I recall as, much more simple than today. No batteries or cords necessary. These … Continue reading Red light, green light, one-two-three