in which the US death toll from COVID-19 passes 260,000 and reported infections are nearing 13 million
I miss the sound of the dial tone and the urgent beeping of a phone, telling you it was left off the hook I miss the light ‘ting’ a phone […]
The bell of the Cathedral began to toll, one, two, three… I could hear the birds chirping. It was a beautiful day, white rafts of clouds bumping against each other […]
“It is the time you have wasted for your rose that makes your rose so important.”
It’s a perfect night for a ride, the h says. It is almost to a word the same invitation he issued to me a week after we first met, some […]
Journaling the coronavirus: Friday August 14 to remote learn or not remote learn, that is the question as the US daily death toll climbs to 1500 It’s hard to keep […]
how can I deny you?
Remember when the mayor of Amity wouldn’t shut the beach down on July 4th even though the Sheriff told him about the great white shark cruising off the shote?
The 2008 financial crisis spurred a lot of people to think about money and the economy differently. Through different streams of events separated by ten years, Satoshi Nakamoto created Bitcoin — […]
Journaling the coronavirus: Friday May 9, the end of the beginning of the coronavirus, the beginning of the end of life as we’ve known it? My dad turned 84 on […]