Lessons from the Dirt

Lessons from the Dirt

Well, more accurately, lessons from the dirt in my garden. The soil is the foundation of the garden, containing both the nutrition the plants need and the moisture to move the nutrition from the soil up through the roots and out the leaves where carbon dioxide is...
The Adventure Continues

The Adventure Continues

For those who may have missed it, last month’s article described my pending knee replacement. On April 11th,  I underwent surgery to replace my right knee. What I learned in the process of this phase is that it takes an army of people to support this effort. First and...
Planning for the Unplanned

Planning for the Unplanned

For over a month, we’ve been watching atrocities unfold in Ukraine. As millions of people fled their homes and country, they had little time or space to grab much more than a small bag of essentials. While it may be unlikely that we ever see that kind of humanitarian...
A.G.E.

A.G.E.

While sitting in the waiting room at the orthopedic surgeon, I had a conversation with an older gentleman who said he was suffering from an illness called A.G.E., and I was thinking I can relate to that! I was waiting for an appointment to discuss my joint replacement...