Thanks to William for another spectacular guest post. You can follow him on twitter at @willibaldoea We live in a time when no one wants to remember. We pretend we are where it starts. Look at the way we live—we build houses on cliffs, on fault lines, in the path of things, and when something happens, we
I’m tired and lazy. August might be a little sporadic with the posting. Jane is back from Outward Bound. It sounds like it was an incredible experience, and it’s one I’ll invite her to talk more about. There were some harrowing moments with a tipped over canoe but it sounds like she was with an
I know that I purchased The Help on January 7, 2010 because my Amazon account told me so. It was a good book. It wasn’t great. It started beautifully and everyone loves a good Southern Novel. There’s richness in the characters of south that we all love. I wanted to love the book. I devoured
We just got home from watching Cowboys and Aliens with half the neighborhood kids. They still think Brendan is pretty cool, which, if you watch the video, matters.
Alexander went with a friend today to see Captain America. There haven’t been many movies for him to see lately and he had a good time seeing it with his buddy. I’d been looking forward to seeing it with him. Alexander and I love movies at the Gold Class, we love the service, the pillows,