My dog, Wyatt, just had his birthday. Since he has been my main companion for the last 8 years, I was thinking this morning how this little creature has given me such daily joy.
Wyatt is a small white fluffy dog, my first lap [...]
I have been reflecting recently about the issues that fall into the category of “before it’s too late”. I recently spent some time with a friend in hospice just being with her and present in her home as she fades from the ravages of [...]
We welcome guest blogger, David Gill:
Like many others in my generation, I came to the end of a long, successful career (for me, it was in healthcare administration) and thought “Okay, now what?” My financial advisor told me that I had prepared myself well [...]
I went to see the Picasso exhibition at the De Young in San Francisco this week. It was the culmination of a summer and fall exploration of the early 20th century movers and shakers of the world of art. There was the Stein show at [...]
I am excited about an upcoming road trip to visit the rural homesteads of my grandparents in the late 19th Century. I plan to visit museums, comb through resources in the local libraries and take detailed notes of the old surviving buildings and the surrounding [...]