And sometimes those dreams come true. Unexpectedly.Read More »
Month: July 2022
A Double Blessing
*This post was originally published on July 28, 2020. Today, my brothers celebrate their 47th birthday.
Today is my twin brothers’ 45th birthday.
I think it’s safe to say that David and John were the greatest surprise of my parents’ life. Mom went into the hospital to have one baby. She came home with two.Read More »
Tuesdays in Taiwan (on Wednesday)
There’s a new pattern with these weekly updates. I can’t seem to get them posted on Tuesdays. Which is indicative of our summer schedule. Hectic and variable. And very, very full.
But Greta sent an absolute gem of a find. It’s worth a day’s wait.Read More »
Mom took me and Mary Frances into Chicago the other night for an outdoor concert.
Mom wanted to hear one of her favorite pieces of music performed live. So we traveled to hear Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2. But I found something else to appreciate.Read More »
Tuesdays in Taiwan (on Saturday)
So, I’m behind on my Greta updates.
The good news is that she is still in Taiwan. And she is still eating.Read More »
With all the talk about baseball around here, I suddenly realized that Johnny’s summer season has come and gone already. I’ve hardly had much chance to comment on his efforts.
But one conversation deserves a post all its own. It’s about future Johnny. And his plans for Becky.Read More »
Stop the press!
My nephew, Jack Lynch, was just drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals!Read More »
Johnny arrived in Texas safely and has begun another summer adventure.
Apparently he is trying to learn how to balance on a basketball.Read More »
Johnny has enjoyed a remarkable summer, full of outdoor camps and time with family. He left today for a trip to the great state of Texas and my hometown of Dallas. There’s a posse of family waiting for good times with Johnny.
The prospect of his first solo flight left Johnny full of words. And me with my next post.Read More »
The Flying Squirrel
The blog has been quiet this past week. We trekked up to the north woods of Wisconsin to attend a week’s worth of Boy Scout camp.
The mosquitos were plentiful but Internet connectivity was scarce. And I left my computer at home to enjoy a week of down time.Read More »