Flags are waving, families are gathering, barbecue is wafting through the neighborhood, old people are out in their lawn chairs, fireworks are going off while orchestras are playing patriotic songs. It’s Memorial Day!
"...my little universe of Brooklyn, New York is never stingy in offering adventures into the diversity of human experience." Listen to the full story at the audio link below and get all the personal details and thoughts on my "Brooklyn Moment" ... * * * * * Before starting work, my mornings usually involve going... Continue Reading →
A New Measure of Success Poetry by Jennifer Monet' at Almost An Open Book Photography by Lisa Kristine Must we quantify success? Fine. I get it. We’re a society in love with numbers. I don’t hate math. But if we must keep some sort of count, To wrap our human minds around value, Let us not do it... Continue Reading →
A bunch of squashes I think we are in for a long hot Texas summer. I am sitting here trying to get inspired to go run (it's about 97 degrees this evening) and of course like any good Texan right now, I am hoping, praying for, and thinking about a wonderful, cooling, inspiring RAIN (I'm... Continue Reading →