Turns out that it is harder than I thought to blog, do a consulting gig in Florida, canvass for Hilary, and do all the traveling. So, that’s the reasons that you haven’t heard from me much lately. Hopefully, I’ll get back in the groove.
I keep a folder called “Quotes” in my email. Whenever I see a quote that speaks to me I add it to the folder. I have 30 messages in that folder now and I thought I’d share a few. These days, I need some words of inspiration. “We are not perfect human beings, nor do […]
I don’t normally write about politics, but like for a lot of people, this year is different. I understand why Trump is running for President. As someone said, he would run for world emperor if there were such a job. He is an egomaniac among other things. What I don’t understand, is why some people […]
I have never heard of Marguerite Thompson Zorach. She was born in California in 1887 and died in Brooklyn in 1968. Her husband, William Zorach, was also an artist, most famous for his sculptures. I had never heard of him either. She was a Modernist. The term is usually associated with art in which the […]
This has been a tough week — tougher than I thought. A good friend died 10 days ago. Someone I’ve known since college. Long, courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. That usually is quickly fatal, but Sylvia lived for more than 10 years. Still very, very hard to accept that I will never see her again. […]