You’ve heard the saying that bad news comes in threes. The bad news could take the form of rejection, failure, even death as in “three on a match.” Some people look for it. For instance, few want to hear of … Continue reading Missing the Forest for the Threes
They say that the older you get, the faster time goes by. It makes sense. When you’re ten, a year lasts forever. It’s a different story at forty. This is related to theoretical physics, which holds that time increases with … Continue reading Time is Back on My Side
I have been blessed with three daughters and eight grandchildren. When I tell people that, they usually stare at me in disbelief, so I show them a few photos on my cellphone as proof. I don’t offer more than that … Continue reading Mothers, Daughters, and Me
The funniest line I ever heard was in a scene from The Music Man. Marian Paroo, the winsome librarian who is very mistrustful of men, has just declared her love for Prof. Harold Hill in song on a footbridge overlooking … Continue reading Rudy Frimmel, Where Art Thou?