Category Archives: Experiments and Challenges
I’m on deadline this morning. Click on the picture of Lady Alone Traveler in another lifetime for a little “remember when.” Handy from another lifetime looks cute, too, doesn’t he?
Last week, I had an opportunity to speak on the telephone with one of my favorite work consultants. He’s a man of about my father’s age, specializing in one aspect of the work I do. For some unknown reason, I … Continue reading
Handy loves pepper. Not a dish arrives at table by his hand that isn’t sprinkled, dusted, seasoned or infused with freshly ground peppercorns. It’s been an adjustment for me because I don’t love pepper with Handy’s same passion. My mother, … Continue reading
I found this funny old advertisement in the August, 1941 Good Housekeeping magazine. If I could find a smart outfit like hers, sensible leather shoes included, I’d act my age too.
There is an old adage that says “cleanliness is next to Godliness.” The origins of this statement are unclear; if you think about it, it’s a binary construct. If cleanliness is next to Godliness, then is dirt of the Devil? … Continue reading
I half-heartedly planned a jaunt to Boston on Saturday, to a boutique shopping event. I made my reservation, paid the entrance fee, and starting working through the logistics in my head. A shopping trip to “the big city” was just … Continue reading