Make every single one of them count. The most ironic thing I’ve witnessed this summer is observing how busy everyone has become over the past six months. The pandemic, which had a chokehold on humanity last summer, has been tamed from the help of vaccines. To make an analogy between then and now, it seems... Continue Reading →
Tucked inside an old film camera, my son discovered an undeveloped roll of film. We processed the photographs my mother never had the chance to see... two years after she passed away.
When a parent has to choose between safety and adventure, sometimes it's a paradox. A tale from our trip to Ireland, and an abandoned turret, and the choice a dad had to make.
It would be a shame for the kids not to see grandma and grandpa at Christmas; The other holidays during the year? Sacrifice them to extend your holiday. One week vacations are nice, no doubt about it, but the opportunity to disconnect for two entire weeks comes with benefits. First, this is not for families... Continue Reading →