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Attention All Educators

It’s taken me a long time to do the research, write the articles, and then shoot the videos. But I’m unveiling them today. This is very important information for my colleagues around the world. If you are an educator, you need to know this. You need to take action! For my colleagues in Georgia: The expectation at this time is… Continue reading

A Personal Problem

I suspect that most people have to get up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom—at least on occasion. Granted, this is not something we talk about in polite conversation. However, it’s one of the more basic characteristics of the human experience. But I suffer from a unique personal problem. I fall asleep easily, very easily—often… Continue reading

Introducing Piety, Politics, and Prejudice @PenceWatch.US

I’ve been working on this post for several weeks. It originally was going to be just a short, simple post about Mike Pence. But the more I wrote, the more I realized how many things I felt so strongly about and had to say. The one post turned into a series of 5 posts! (Sorry.) The video podcast in this… Continue reading

Mid-century Classic Architecture

When we moved to Sausalito, California, I came to realize my intense love affair with mid-century classic architecture. I had always had it, but it was somehow hidden from my conscious awareness. We bought a mid-century classic, originally built in the 1950’s, that had been taken down to the studs and a significant amount of living space was added in… Continue reading

Flashback: Yosemite

This past September, we vacationed in Yosemite National Park, hiking all around the park. We also visited two old world groves of the stunning, giant sequoia, in Kings Canyon National Park and Sequoia National Park in California. These are two of the oldest and largest living organisms on the planet, literally thousands of years old. No words. I was also… Continue reading

Netflix Series: The Crown

Few things are as delightful as a story well told. My great aunt, Aunt Easter, could spin a tale that would capture everyone who listened to her as she crafted her yarns. Oooh! She was good—so completely caught up in telling the life of the story. As it unfolded everyone in the room would hang on every lifted eyebrow, every… Continue reading

Serenity Expedition Now in Progress…

What’s the best thing to do when you’re totally stressed out? Exactly! Go shoot something. And that’s exactly what I did! The fog was crazy; so, I grabbed my new Canon 5D Mark IV and headed for the hills—literally. I’m still very much learning the nature of this camera. As I’ve mentioned before, I’m in shock over it’s low light… Continue reading