Month: January 2014

  • When “good” people do inexplicable things

    Years ago when, for the first times ever, I rode public transportation in a big city, I was once in a crowded subway when I saw a woman’s bag about to slip to the floor. I reached out to catch it for her but she jerked it away with a “strong” verbal warning for me […]

  • Marking time is not the ideal (by a long shot)

    What does a run-of-the-mill blogger write about having three successive flights cancelled and ending up stranded 1500 miles from home? Probably nothing new except for a few unique experiences attributable to our whims. To wit, we visited the Textile Center in Minneapolis. In this high-tech digital age, it is refreshing to see what artists can […]

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