"I don't celebrate Christmas; I celebrate. Hanukkah." My 7-year-old son said this first to a 10-year-old girl at the playground and then again to her mother.
I always feel guilty when I don’t keep my kids busy with art projects. As a child, I didn’t really bond with art. I don’t know the reason. Was it Continue Reading →
My, how time flies. Work, projects, volunteering at the school. I need to spend the week just catching up on all the missed blog opportunities. I’ll start with tumbling, which Continue Reading →
I’'m finally done working on that other project I mentioned last week. Below is the first few graphs of of Part III: While nearly two-thirds of former Los Angeles Times Continue Reading →
While I was on our 8th and last load of laundry this weekend, it finally happened – our washing machine died mid-cycle. I unhappily wrung the remaining clothes before putting Continue Reading →
I’'m still working on that other project I mentioned on Tuesday. Below is the first few graphs of of Part II: Nearly three-quarters of former Los Angeles Times journalists feel Continue Reading →
I know my posts have been light as of late, but I’ve been working on a project for another website I manage. Here are the first few graphs: Former Los Continue Reading →