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I heard from my mom today that one of my California cousins had a few light strokes. The cousin in question is only a few years older than me (must be about 48 I reckon) and is a fantastic chef … Continue reading
I mean are there really long weekends? I mean, when you are a parent that is. The time flies by so incredibly fast. Its like at the birth of my son, I shot 1000’s of pics and hours of vid … Continue reading
I think I forgot one of the relevant resolutions – blog posts. I also intend to be far more nourishing to my blog with more regular entries. Some musical meanderings: Them Crooked Vultures: not bad but starts sounding too much … Continue reading
In other news, I wanted to wish my readers an excellent 2010. Some of my plans and resolutions: be an excellent dad to my two kids and a loving, caring husband to my dear wife succeed in the transition professionally … Continue reading
I am feeling cautiously optimisitic today. A patient (well OK not that patient) 6 year wait seems to have borne fruit. We might be able to expand our apartment sideways which will buy us at least enough time to get … Continue reading
Sorry for the drop in writing lately. Family events and holidays oblige. What’s happening with me? Well, Reading: Vol 2 of Blotner’s biography of Faulkner. Fascinating. Sad that some of the greatest American writers of the 20th C (Faulkner and … Continue reading