Sure you could watch “Tiger King” on Netflix during the pandemic, but how about something a bit more medieval? Kristin Lavransdatter I picked up the third book of Kristin Lavransdatter written by Sigrid Undset and published in 1920. I have read the entire trilogy a few times already, so this
Have you gone down the rabbit hole of news information lately? For weeks, I kept abreast of the news, tired already of election news, an open ear to the Coronavirus situation in China. Then it ballooned and has now been declared a pandemic. A length clip from Last Week Tonight
A bit of history My father tells me he used to dance the polka with his mother in the kitchen. Growing up, if we ever drank tea, it was green tea without milk or sugar. And no parish dinner was quite so important as the Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner.
The high this week is forecast to be 78. What would be cool in the summer, this will be a record high for February in the Central Valley. It will feel warm, but what would a Minnesotan say, especially this month? Perspective. As I write this, Ash Wednesday begins the
It starts with a word. It starts with a look. It starts with an intention. It starts with a moment in which we pause to think, what is going on here? The postpartum season is a whirlwind of biological, psychological and social transitions. It is a magnifier of the things
In the four temperaments, an ancient theory of personality, the choleric is generally the absurdly active one. One challenge after another, the moment things develop some rhythm I find myself engaging in some new enterprise. There is something about the thrill of adjustment. Like the fear that grips the roller-coaster