It was a tough year to be human in 2020. I mentioned this in passing to our cat, Boo, and
Earlier this year, I joined with my brother and other family members in establishing a foundation called 1256 Movement. I
Rain drips from the eaves of our cabin porch near Westcliffe, Colorado, as Led Zeppelin’s The Rain Song plays in
I’ve been thinking about Dooney lately. He was 5’10” about 175 lbs…just like me only he was black. I guarded
One of the enduring images of watching his earthly body fade was Mom reading Facebook comments to him. Mom often read to all six of us in the car on vacations, assorted books, Reader’s Digest jokes, the Bible. It was this traveling voice in the car she used as she read hundreds of your comments to Dad in the past few weeks.
Dad always had a travelin’ jones. He loved maps, highways, vacations, travel. It was an itch that could only be
Last night my Dad told those gathered around him, “I don’t want to be a burden.” This morning, I read
April 12 My brother Greg mentioned that there are perhaps more moments of children and parents having a catch these