Month: September 2023

Stand By Me

One of my oldest and best friends, Glenn, offered me some financial wisdom, yesterday. I called Glenn because Beth and I were seriously considering subscribing to an expensive financial newsletter to the tune of $1000/year. After patiently listening to the sales pitch I got from an online video, Glenn asked me, “Are you looking for …

The Gifts

“Most people’s real, beautiful talent hides beneath the surface of their disbelief in themselves.” Scott’s text to a friend Once, I sang with a young woman who could easily and gracefully harmonize with me. Her talent was remarkable and polished. Yet, she did not want to be a singer. Though her parents, particularly her father, …

Parting

“Parting is such sweet sorrow.” William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet Leaving Steph, Weston and Addy, yesterday, wasn’t exactly what Willy the Shake had in mind when he wrote the above line, but we felt mixture of sadness and love, nonetheless. Every ending is a beginning, I suppose. Today we are waking up in a hotel …

Play

We are on Long Island in a town called Springs. It’s located on the southern fork. See the blue dot in the lower right hand corner. There’s lots to tell you. First, we’re here with our daughter, Steph, along with her old traveling buddy, Weston. This is the duo that circumnavigated Florida by bike and …

Good problems

My therapist, Baila, is a wonderful part of our support team. Like all of the other healers we have consulted with over the years, she delivers consistently so that we can, too. Baila has helped us improve communication in our marriage, navigate issues with parents, children, and siblings, and solve business problems, too. Now, I’ve …