Monthly Archives: November 2015

Lighting Up Life – One Life at a Time

    Enough of soul-crushing news! Thursday is Thanksgiving, and I have a lot to be thankful for. I write from Sedona, AZ. Before eating too much turkey later today, I revel in a spicy meatball sandwich while sitting under a … Continue reading

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Toning Down the Fear Factor

Based on the Fear Factor in the United States, I’m guessing that too many people are watching too much TV news and The Walking Dead. Dealing with teenagers going through their AGE OF DISCOVERY (most all of it risky), parents are … Continue reading

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LOVING OUR NEIGHBORS NEAR AND FAR

Like everyone I know, I was glued to last Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris which resulted in 129 deaths and 352 injures. Day by day, hour by hour, I watched the story unfold. And my heart went out to those … Continue reading

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Killing the Goose That Laid the Golden Egg

Take a rugged, tundra-like landscape greened up with lichen and moss. Lean into the wind. Brace yourself against the gale that blows over an island clad in mist and surrounded by raging seas. Add some geysers, rivers, waterfalls, glaciers and volcanos. Don’t forget … Continue reading

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Antony Gormley

We have returned from the business trip to London/Derby and a four-day layover in Iceland, but Mark returned with a torn retina – not an accident, merely a side-effect of aging. The retina was repaired this morning and all is … Continue reading

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