I hope today finds you blessed and at peace.
I’ve been going through old photos tonight for various my-older-son’s-a-senior reasons tonight, and happened upon photos of Dad getting his 2006 Corvette convertible. He got museum delivery, so Nathan, 4, and I went up with Martha and him to document the event (and to drive his other car back). The trip predates this blog by about four months.
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It’s enjoyed a pampered life since, typically pressed into grueling beach trip duty and what-not. I don’t think it’s crossed 40K miles yet.
(No plot spoilers.) The boys and I saw Joker at Bridge Street yesterday morning. It is another story of the titular Batman villain and how he came to be, set in a well-done Gotham City in which it seems to be about 1984 judging from cars and TV sets, but there isn’t particular rigor for […]
Numerous circumstances conspired against us having a traditional fall break this year, so we kept it a pretty normal week. We did go to the new Cook Museum of Natural Science today. (It’s so misleading to call it “remodeled.” It’s much larger and much nicer than the museum it replaced.) We had a marvelous time […]
I can remember most of the anxieties and uncertainties that I had as an adolescent and young adult, because, well, they were anxieties and uncertainties. They were unpleasant. They significantly occupied my consciousness. As I got older, naturally, they became easier to understand. I could more easily discern my role in them. I could evaluate […]