I, like my daughter who possibly learned it from me, have always liked to make lists. Earlier in my marriage, I would make a list every weekend of the things … Continue Reading My Book Lists
I thought of this title thinking that the Coper Young 4-Miler in September would likely be my last competitive run for 2019. I have always been partial to evening runs … Continue Reading My Last Run?
The next morning while enjoying coffee and breakfast on the porch listening to the gurgling sound of the close-by stream, my brother suggested we climb Lookout Mountain, an activity we … Continue Reading Yes BrewGo!
If you are a regular follower of my blog posts, you know that each year I write about the trip I take with my younger brother that has affectionally become … Continue Reading BroGo or BrewGo?
Friday was a special day as it was the day we planned to go to the “airplane museum”, officially known as the Museum of Flight near the Boeing plant. On previous … Continue Reading Yes a Granddaddy Vacation!
I have written multiple times before about me excitedly taking on and performing granddaddy duty. And when the call came to travel to Seattle for more duty recently, I, as always, … Continue Reading Granddaddy Vacation?
…Continued from Doormats Revisited – First Step The next step along this DIY adventure to new doormats was to drill the three holes into each of the 36-inch boards. I … Continue Reading Doormats Revisited – Last Step
This spring when I was pressure washing our back patio, I discovered that the wooden doormat outside one of our back doors, the door we don’t use that often … Continue Reading Doormats Revisited – First Step
It was January two years ago that I celebrated 15 years owning this 2002 Red Miata, affectionally named “Fireball” (short for Atomic FireBall, one of my wife’s favorite candies at … Continue Reading 100 K Miata
I don’t recall how I became aware of this book or what prompted me to add it to my Amazon Wish list but when I found that its price had … Continue Reading Last of the Concorde
I don’t know if New Age music is still as popular as it once was a number of years ago, but it has certainly resurfaced in prominence in my life … Continue Reading A New Age for New Age Music?
Earlier this year, I wrote about a winter trip to Seattle to spend time with my daughter and two of my grandsons. At the end of the week while assembling an … Continue Reading My First Car Model Revisited
The recent marking of the 50thanniversary of man landing and walking on the moon prompted me to pause and reflect back on that historic event. For those of my generation—the … Continue Reading Things Invented in My Lifetime
On the list I made of fun things to do once I retire, I wrote “Cook.” Maybe not necessarily works of art like the dish above but what I really … Continue Reading More Cooking?
The last week of June was a grand time for my wife and me—a grandchildren time that is! Our daughter, son-in-law and their two boys came to town which meant … Continue Reading A Grand Time!
Last year, I wrote a couple of posts about how, having retired the year before, I had turned my annual spring weeding chore into a landscaping project transforming this part … Continue Reading Delayed Spring Weeding/Mulching