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Category Archives: Family
I got a little choked up to see this evening’s ceremonial recognition of what this pandemic (that has now claimed 400,000 lives) has cost us. The awful right-wing lie that Covid is a hoax and that exhausted doctors, nurses and … Continue reading
When I watched the Republican Convention of 2016, I was struck by how often the Presidential nominee raised his arm as he spoke at his acceptance speech. A rigid L-shape… punctuated with the hand in a white power “ok” gesture … Continue reading
For all those naughty folks who didn’t get one, Happy Holidays!
He’s either tired of the coup news or just goofy (all trends point to the latter).
One of my favorite photos is this one that I took of Dad holding his Grandchild Jason and gazing out the family room window in our house in Houston sometime in the ’80’s. Dad would be 104 this next Tuesday.
Assume for a terrible moment… that you’ve lost a loved one. And at the funeral, I come to you and say, “I’m sorry for your loss but, everyone dies eventually.” Or, “All deaths matter.” Would that be helpful to you? … Continue reading
Photos of Dad during WWII.
I just wanted to share the wonderful birthday card my quarantine buddy made for me. It’s a photo of us at the fabulous Cafe Du Marche on the Rue Cler during a past visit to Paris. Note the real string … Continue reading