Category Archives: You’ve Got Moxie!
Brad Paisley, a 46-year-old country music singer, apparently said “Tomorrow is the first blank page of a 365 page book. Write a good one.” The quote is oft-circulated at this time of year on social media. Who doesn’t want to … Continue reading
While sitting in my idling Jeep last week, waiting to go through the car wash, a Gordon Sumner (Sting) song came on satellite radio. “In Europe and America there’s a growing feeling of hysteria. Conditioned to respond to all the … Continue reading
December…it’s the second most wonderful time of the year for me, second only to July and the Moxie Festival. It’s also the season for Drew Magary’s “Annual Hater’s Guide to the William Sonoma Catalog.” Magary, the 47-year-old staff writer of … Continue reading
If you are at all familiar with Catholic saints, their veneration and iconography, you know that St. Jude is the patron saint of lost causes. Under the influence, in part, of the Dominicans, devotion to St. Jude spread to the … Continue reading
I’ve been calendar-focused these last few months, with many deadlines and personal red-letter days interwoven with the weather and seasons of life. Additionally, I’ve been studying last year’s calendar, confirming that it’s been a year since I got my last … Continue reading