Monthly Archives: June 2011

Night out takes me back to live theater – what a joy

I did something this past Saturday night that I haven’t done in years. I went with my wife of lo’ these many years to the thee-a-tah along with my oldest son. That’s right. I went to the theater in Santa … Continue reading

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Shame on us for morning news shows

The other morning I was running on my treadmill and inadvertently watched portions of a Los Angeles-based morning news show. To say it was embarrassing is an understatement. I am not going to identify the program because I decided to … Continue reading

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Father’s Day stirs musings of completion

So, it’s another Father’s Day and memories of my dad are alive and well. On a more personal note, my two grown sons are coming over today to spend some time with their old man. For that I’m grateful. I … Continue reading

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Best effort was not good enough today

I don’t write about my work much because it’s separate from these musings I identify as columns. My old newspaper days show through, I guess, because everybody else identifies them as blogs. I’m not going to identify the exact nature … Continue reading

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Late night musings ward off insomnia but not cold butts

It’s late. About midnight on a Tuesday. That’s late for me. I’m usually trying to fall asleep, unsuccessfully I might add, by 10 p.m. Sleep can be elusive and, as such, a physical and mental nightmare. No pun intended, and … Continue reading

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Adults, once children, lead life’s adventure

This past two days, I have had the pleasure of spending time with my two grown sons. They are amazing. Of course, you expect a father to say that about his sons. What’s most interesting is that they are, indeed, … Continue reading

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