Every day on rising, I start with the one thought I’ve had for decades: this is a glorious win; this is another day in paradise.
Somewhere around 1915, as he finalized his Theory of Special Relativity, Albert Einstein established the idea of “spacetime.” He melded what we perceive as the
Without connection one can feel lost. Psychologists and physicians know there are very real mental and physical health consequences for people who chronically fail to
Everyone who’s pushed long and hard and achieved a major goal is as familiar with the accompanying sense of accomplishment as they are with the
Being a neatnik has its advantages. For example, you know where to find your things when you need them – no rummaging necessary. Plus, your
At this moment we have no permanent address, but that will probably change someday. (Probably. We’re open to learning otherwise.) Haven’s Path We imagine there’s
What makes a place your home? The phrase “Home is where you hang your hat,” isn’t something I’ve ever given much thought until now. As
We’ve well and truly done it. Rachel and I are living full-time in a house smaller any bedroom either of us has ever had before.
Glenn and I had one night to spend near Foresta Lumina in Coaticook, Quebec. A quick search led me to the only place we could
Although we’re staying at a resort, we’re not “resort people.” That is, we’re not looking to spend any time with the folks we imagine coming