Rainy run thoughts

Liar’s stories and cashmere robes both always develop holes.The government in this country is broken. This is a nonpartisan statement.  Schools in the United States are being asked to tackle a myriad of unimagined issues with no additional resources from the government because our elected officials can’t negotiate a deal to support the country’s schools … Continue reading Rainy run thoughts

Getting there

Despite the swampy weather and the continuing pandemic, I’m feeling more stimulated than languid. Go figure. My mind is racing in a million different directions while my soul case (that’s how I’m referring to my physical body right now) softens into the consistency of a toasted marshmallow in the humid July air. Summer, 2020 is … Continue reading Getting there

A 72-hour (media) fast

Ninety some odd days into the pandemic, and about 10 days since the murder of George Floyd, I have completely hit the wall. Overwhelmed is the only way I can describe it. The demonstrations, (including some very destructive ones within a mile or so of my home), the constantly updating feeds from Twitter, Facebook and … Continue reading A 72-hour (media) fast

CivMix redux – April edition

I’ve put together a few links to my posts over on CivMix. They’re a reflection of the current Covid situation and express some of my concerns, past times and where I’m finding some comfort. Hope you enjoy them! http://civmix.com/2020/04/where-are-the-children/ http://civmix.com/2020/04/what-to-watch-during-a-pandemic/ http://civmix.com/2020/04/table-for-one/

Checked at check in

Yesterday I had my (hopefully) last appointment with Dr. Aronowitz, the orthopedic surgeon who operated on my knee last month. It was the third time I visited his office in Schenectady and the experience was quite a bit different from my previous appointments. The first thing that was unlike prior appointments was flexibility in my … Continue reading Checked at check in