Monthly Archives: October 2014

Take It Easy

This morning, while I was listening to NPR in the shower (thank you, BlueTooth), I heard an interview with Annie Lennox.  Ms. Lennox, half of the Eurythmics, (can you hear Sweet Dreams yet?) is about to release a new ablum called … Continue reading

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Surreality and Commuting in Connecticut

For the third or fourth commute in a row, it’s rained heavily the night before.  Life here in middle-Connecticut (8 miles or so from the ocean) has a quality of surreality to it.  Dark, shiny streets; wet leaves everywhere (we … Continue reading

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A funny thing happened on the way to work.

Yesterday A head cold, plus I need to meet with a client, so I drive to the meeting at a local coffee shop. I wear my acid green jacket anyway, because that’s the way he agreed to recognize me. “Where’s … Continue reading

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Ladies and Gentlemen, Mr. Richard Thompson

I don’t go to concerts much anymore.  In my youth, I saw the Grateful Dead, Randy Stonehill, Peter, Paul & Mary, Bonnie Raitt, Bob Dylan, Larry Norman, Ry Cooder, Phil Keaggy, Judy Collins, the Roches, Bruce Cockburn, and a number … Continue reading

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A Couple of Prideful Little Things

A couple of things I’m pretty chuffed about this week– First, I fixed a bathtub leak.  Well, not exactly the tub.  For the past year, there’s been a little leakage coming down from the bathroom into the kitchen ceiling anytime … Continue reading

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