While he will be forever remembered for his work on television, Leonard Nimoy was infinitely more: a photographer, a writer, an advocate for science and a humanitarian, through and through. The world is a better place having had him in it.
Archives for March 2015
It doesn’t matter how you train, timing is important when we communicate with our dogs. We don’t have the benefit of just explaining things to our dogs. It can be like a guessing game where telling the dog they are right (or wrong) at the right moment can mean the difference between understanding and confusion.
When a father leaves his daughter, it creates a tremendous void in a young woman’s life. Through my father’s disability I learned about struggle, the meaning of family and the gift of hope.
Many years, we here in Minnesota are still being swallowed up by winter clouds. This year, not so much. All around, the trees are budding. The lingering snow and ice is melting. And the air is filling with the songs of returning birds.
The world would not have known about boxing great Manny Pacquio, had he chosen to buy into the “I can’t go far in life because my family has no money to feed or educate me” mentality.
Have you ever seen a wolf just glide
Across the field or through the wood
It is truly a vision to behold
A dance of nature with grace and trust!
I relish information and the process obtaining it. For me, the important aspect about collecting information is the way I acquire it. A recent conversation with my tech-savvy son has me reassessing my process.
The letter does bring into focus a very real problem with American government,.. In a nutshell, that problem is that overt political control of the White House and Congress changes over a short time period, and not in synchrony.
When swimming lengths, it is probably a good idea to keep your focus on what you’re doing, most especially when coming in for a turn. Even if your mind is trying to work out the problem of how to get out of your upcoming nuptials. Not every girl dreams of walking down that aisle, the Green Mile.
Back when trail running was some thing I could do, I would sometimes go back to the trail with my camera to see what I may have not seen. I’m thinking’ I maybe ought to do that again, at least until the running returns.