It’s Christmas 2020. One year after we first heard about the Covid-19 in Wuhan, the United States is clearly struggling to keep the health care system from collapsing due to the Covid-19 crush. Why did our CDC and government fail us? Why can’t they be transparent and craft a story that unites us to celebrate smarter. The fake news, not, NY Times has been my current go to on national hospital availability. If you think the PA shutdown is fake […]
I know, I know, I know . . .a music video from the Squirrel Nut Zippers during this dark time is pretty dark, so let’s go back to when I went to see Squirrel Nut Zipper’s and realized it was before I met my concert-wife. I guess with all the news around Covid-19 forcing the United States of America to alter their Thanksgiving plans, it’s nice to look back on those moments when travel and concerts and in person gatherings […]
As of this weekend I’ve now been able to SUP in the Allegheny for five consecutive months. I’ve pretty much decided that the only soccer I’ll be doing in 2020 is outdoor with my electronic whistle due to Covid-19. Why would I want to blow a whistle in the middle of a global pandemic? After talking futsal this past weekend, I’m not really sure that I need to a winter of indoor soccer. Right before we went into lockdown and […]
Hey Bob- I was thinking about you even before we talked yesterday! I know somedays when we turn on Netflix and see what’s trending we wonder what’s going on with humanity, but yesterday I gave in to the trending and appreciated one of the documentaries. For those of you at home looking for things to watch with the family that can lead to a good discussion about our world, this one is definitely on the list. Let’s go back to […]
I know we rely on social and mass media to inform us, but somehow the warnings back in March to not repeat 1918 haven’t worked. I’ve been holding off on expressing this lately, but now is the time to tackle the running back with the ball, before more blood is shed: How we can unite to live in a world with COVID-19. Why we need to pay attention to the protests in Portland from a constitutional point of view. What […]
Sometimes it’s good to reflect. Sometimes it’s good to dive in and refresh. We were sitting around and discussed a few ways to brighten up a wall in our house and this little project of water that we know, would be a great addition to a certain wall. The following is a workspace for the framed project. It represents, Quintana Roo, Highland Park, East Brady, Destin, Milwaukee, and West Virginia.
Reba and Crosby are very grateful dogs. They have a great house or maybe they should make it plural. They were happy with the river, Charleroi, A-wall, little Boston, Canal Winchester, Upper Arlington, Monongahela or Destin. As long as they had beds and belly rubs they were good to go, rolling with the punches in 2018. Something about the magical fibers emitted in the fur.
Cuando en Querétaro coman local, beban locales y sigan el ritmo de la vida. Tequisquipan es un pequeño lugar perfecto para caminar situado entre dos montañas increíbles. Oh and the weather matches that of Huntington Beach or Napa. So yes this is wine country. Oh and the birds know how to bathe in San Juan Del Rio. Then there is the town square in Tequi. As for food? Eat local. Then there are the views. Followed by the drinks. and […]