I’ve had to laugh at all the epic natural disaster references running around the past couple of days. “Snowpocalypse,” “Snowmageddon” (often misspelled as Snowmaggedon), “Snowzilla”, and the so-often-overused, “Storm of the Century.”
Coming, going, hanging around, or just passing through, we all understand how critically important it is that we be deliberate and openhearted when it comes to keeping this family connected.
a huge number of Americans seem to be hooked by this cynical ploy, and then reeled in without so much as a question.
And that – friends and readers – worries me much more than the rhetoric that has been designed so cleverly, and deployed so cynically to capitalize on such fear.
Taking the “official” photograph that mark’s the occasion is usually a story of its own. This time the children cooperated, and Naomi was able to pull it off with only three clicks of the shutter.
(NOTE: the two photographs of Niagara Falls are included to illustrate the infinite volume of time and eternity, pouring steadily in a torrent of experience, and new information, and consciousness, and possibility) The Big Picture So yesterday evening, walking the dog,… Read More ›