Tag Archives: reading

a sense of community

So glad so many were able to “join” me in the 9/11 Virtual 5K. In honor of the twentieth anniversary, the museum is remembering and celebrating the 9/12 spirit when the world came together. Throughout these last couple of years, I’ve really missed that and I’m hoping we can remember how to get back to… Read More »

2021 is 1/12th Done

January 2021 felt like March 2020 in that it was never ending. Was I really in Florida earlier this month? Was the inauguration ten days or ten weeks ago? Oh time, you’re weird. 2021 is off to an excellent start, page wise. 12 books down in January and a better mix of fiction and non,… Read More »

Running into 2021

Into? Away from? What a week. This isn’t the place for that, so I’ll just offer love and hugs and an ear if anyone ever needs one. By far the highlight of my week was celebrating my fourth running anniversary, but it was overall a really solid week of running. While on my runs I… Read More »

on Hurricanes, Hiroshima and Nagasaki

I cannot believe we’re just a few weeks from the fifteenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Still remember sitting in my friend Helen’s car  in Adelaide waiting outside an electronic repair facility for her to pick up her VCR/DVR when the radio was talking about the impending landfall. I started Douglas Brinkley’s The Great Deluge on… Read More »