Art Day

Recently I hosted an art day….one of my most favorite things to do. Ordinarily I pack an art suitcase along with my regular bag, schlep everything to an airport, navigate a particular airport’s version of security, and fly to a distant destination. But last Saturday the art day was at my home. Twelve . . . → Read More: Art Day


As grandparents, we hit the mark this weekend. While our son and his wife flew east to West Point to spend the holiday weekend with our only granddaughter and her fiancĂ©, we hung out with his three youngest sons, Pete, 13, Scott 15, and Tim 16. And Scott had an agenda. He wanted . . . → Read More: Benchmark


It’s been a quiet week. A week spent quietly comparing a recently transcribed family genealogy with the original document found posted online. Quietly making corrections inherited from the typewritten second generation document I’d worked from. Quietly deciphering whether a double strike was an 8 or a 9, a 2 or a 3, an . . . → Read More: Quiet