January seems to be passing unnoticed, by me. In less than a week I will herald in February, the shortest month on the calendar, and often the longest month of experience, for those of us who live in the parts of the northern hemisphere, where winter demands all of our strict attention. I am settling… Continue reading Paper Journal
It stormed yesterday afternoon and last night, we got some snow. It is snowing out there this morning, and the snow squall warnings are still in effect. We are staying at home today, cozy and warm in front of a roaring fire. The weather has turned mild, our cold snap is over for now. This… Continue reading Snow Squall Warning
Things have settled a little at work, it is temporary of course, but best to appreciate my present good luck. Usually by this time of year I am beginning to show signs of cabin fever. Not this winter! This morning, by the masonry heater, the temperature was 15 C. Not bad really, since we are… Continue reading After the long underwear…
I kick-started my day with this thought expressed in a discussion I’ve involved myself in on Facebook: Economics is a field used to describe and quantify the distribution of goods and services in our world – it is based on a zero-sum assumption – “When the gains made by winners in an economic transaction equal… Continue reading Preservation of Life
THE most pleasant aspect of my jobs is the drive to work. There is always something to see that inspires awe. That every day it is something entirely different is in itself amazing. I took this photo after an overnight snow storm, this is an underrepresented portrayal of the beautiful landscape. When I came to… Continue reading A quiet weekend at home.