As I’ve mentioned before, “tax season” is the busy time of the year for my wife. She’s a tax preparer, so April 18th for her was the equivalent of the last day of school for me as a teacher–it’s time to take a deep breath and try to relax just a bit. The next yearContinue reading “Pajama Shopping”
There is not an audible whoosh when I slip my foot into one of my hiking boots. I listen for it every time, but haven’t heard it yet. There is, however, a deeply satisfying piston-like feeling as I grip the tongue of the boot with one hand, the fabric loop on the back with theContinue reading ““I Love Hiking!””
It doesn’t matter what you do, whether it’s for a living or otherwise; it doesn’t matter how long you’ve done it; it doesn’t even matter how well you can do it now. There was a time when you did it–whatever it is–for the first time. That time when you took a deep breath, put onContinue reading “A First Time for Everything”
It’s a sunny spring morning, this first Sunday in April, and our girls came over earlier for breakfast to celebrate Lisa’s birthday. It was great to have all of them: Karin, Kim, and both granddaughters, ACT 1 and 2. (We’re avoiding putting the girls’ names online for now. Since both of them have ACT asContinue reading “This is Not a Story About My Wife and Granddaughter”
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