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Monthly Archives: July 2021

Be Wrong Fast

Over the weekend, on an otherwise pleasant Saturday, I had a big blowout with my kid. Over the most mundane of things. The laundry tub lint trap. It wasn’t so much about that specific thing but a concept he has yet to grasp. I get it. I learned the hard way myself. “Be wrong fast.” [...]

Vibrating at Another Frequency

The older I get, the more life seems to be in flux. I’ve started several draft posts recently. But after a day or so everything seems like old news. How about a roundup instead? In the last month I:

Turned 48, on the day my Dad turned 77. We celebrated together with lunch at his favorite [...]