What matters

Picking your battles. Read More...

In the bag

A long forgotten moment recalled. Read More...

Tradition, tradition!

What is a traditional observance, anyway? Read More...

A million ways

If you want to be happy... Read More...

Milk, sugar, egg…

Even eggnog has baggage. Who knew? Read More...

Averages

When “above average” doesn’t mean what you think. Read More...

I am still breathin'

Midlife what? Read More...

The widow's mite

A lesson in value and perception. Read More...

Willing to risk

What’s it worth, and who’s paying? Read More...

Leaping tall buildings

Reflecting on the life of Christopher Reeve. Read More...

Weight or wing

Nothing in love or life is a simple, binary choice. Read More...

Cornbread

Reflections on my grandfather. Read More...

Learning the code

Passwords aren’t just for computers and spies. Read More...

3, 2, 1, Liftoff!

Memories of the space race. Read More...

Out

Seeing what one wants to see makes empathy difficult. Or, why hiding never works. Read More...

Inference

Misunderstanding a word, a feeling, and our lives. Read More...

Level

A challenged shop project illuminates the consequences of prejudice. Read More...

Location, location, location

How a small change in position (literal or metaphorical) may make a world of difference. Read More...

The pursuit of…

Unhappiness, happiness, and other things. Read More...

Habitual (re)action

Ruts come in many forms. Read More...

Outsight

Being an outsider isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, take two. Read More...

…at myself

You can’t laugh if you’re taking some things too seriously. Read More...

Dis this, dis that

We don’t have to dislike the same things/people to be friends. Read More...

Simple words

Reacting to gratitude and other things. Read More...

Not a bad person…

Damning with faint praise. Read More...

Too good for me

Some Valentine’s thoughts. Read More...

It's all about context

If we don’t know the context of someone’s life, can we understand them? Read More...

Grateful

Surviving something always puts things in perspective. Read More...