Yesterday my youngest son turned 11. I wish I could remember exactly what time of day he was born, but it’s honestly kind of a blur. I think that happens once you have more than two children, some of the specific details no longer stick. In complete honesty, I sometimes have to pause to recall … Continue reading Celebrating snake eyes and an unexpected trip from Korea to China
Month: February 2016
Observations and the science fair
I'm a little ashamed for thinking, much less saying, this but ... I really kind of detest the science fair. It isn't because science isn't really my thing, or that I'm opposed to exploring a topic of interest, it's just that it turns into so much work without much reward. It's hard to be excited … Continue reading Observations and the science fair
Crushed for my crush
I was absolutely heartbroken yesterday to learn that Sentinel Butchery had closed their doors after a valiant attempt to provide best quality, local meats to the Capital District. Maybe you never had a chance to get to Emily Peterson's shop or consume the products she brought from farm to table, but I assure it was … Continue reading Crushed for my crush
You know how they say “Never say never?” Well, despite that old adage there are few things in life that I personally never want to do. Let me give you a couple of examples… I don’t imagine myself ever buying a brand new car. The new car smell simply comes at too high a price … Continue reading Never, ever
Could you be love?
Despite this snow-less winter, Jeter and I have been spending a lot of time at the golf course. Instead of skiing, though, we run over trails and on paths which I’ve never explored before without my skis. It’s been a good consolation for a frustrated cross country skier and a dog who loves water, be … Continue reading Could you be love?