Posts Tagged ‘Northern Michigan’

My daughters are growing up. It’s a daily event, but there seem to be certain waypoints along the way. These days, my eldest is soon to begin her senior year in high school, while the twins are beginning their sophomore year. Two of the three now have entered the workforce. Dabbled in it. One is […]

The Melancholy of Divorce On my Facebook wall today are two photos with me and my dog, Molly, my Great Pyrenees we got in 2008 as a puppy and raised to a 70-lb adult, gentle giant. It’s almost been four years now since the collapse of my marriage with K., expedited largely by external corruption […]

Marquette, Michigan, It’s Snowing! Some of my fondest childhood memories are from looking at the street lights in Northern Michigan at night in the winter to see if it was snowing. If it was really coming down, base housing on KI Sawyer AFB was accompanied by the rumbling sound of diesel-powered snow plows coming through […]

Having spent multiple years of my life playing in real snow in Northern Michigan where my brothers and I would tunnel through the snow banks and make some of the coolest snow forts ever, when I hear that we’re likely to get even just a wee bit of snow in the South, I get excited.  […]

I have about a dozen sketchbooks around the apartment now.  In them my imagination runs wild.  My hand draws images of what is and what could be.  I draw word maps.  I sketch.  I do SWOT analysis.  I learn a lot by actively thinking and writing this way.  It’s great to be able to instantly […]

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