Monthly Archives: August 2008

20 years

The day a spouse or a parent dies creates a life marker. When that marker is accompanied by another life marker, they become permanently associated, even when unspoken. There’s just no way around it. We don’t make a thing of … Continue reading

Posted in family matters | 5 Comments

at it again

I spent much of my weekend finishing up my photo project. Uh, did I say finish? Ha! Who am I kidding? I figure I’ll be doing photo projects till my dying day, and that will suit me just fine. Trouble … Continue reading

Posted in family matters | Leave a comment

photog

I hinted to friend and photographer Joel Bock that he post a set of wedding photographs he took a couple of weeks ago. Today they showed up! I confessed my reason for the hint: I wanted to post these two … Continue reading

Posted in in the neighborhood | 1 Comment

i love pictures!

My own family photo albums go back 40 years! They are better than journals for helping me remember what I did when. I’m no different from all those other people who claim they would first rescue the people from a … Continue reading

Posted in family matters | Leave a comment

did i mention?

Neither Mauri nor I are very good self-promoters. A number of years ago we invested many, many hours, a good-sized chunk of change, and a heap of energy producing two recordings of music. That was the easy part. The boxes … Continue reading

Posted in family matters | Leave a comment

published!

If Erin jumped for joy the day she mailed off her book manuscript, imagine how this must feel to her!

Posted in family matters | Leave a comment

fishing trip – part two

Is it still a fishing trip if you don’t catch any fish? Of course it is! You go fishing to sit beside a quiet lake and anticipate what might bite your bait. You go fishing to break your routine and … Continue reading

Posted in family matters | 1 Comment