When you are stuck, discovering one of your assumptions was wrong opens the door to all kinds of new ways to move forward When you are are able to admit being wrong, it builds trust and connection between other humans who have also experienced the uncomfortableness of changing your mind […]
I turned my desk around last week so I can look out the window (and not look like I’m in the witness protection program on Zoom calls) and it has totally changed how I feel about my office. It was always fine, but now it’s cozy and delightful. Never underestimate […]
Paige thinks the trash can is her toy box 😕
My friends (the ones with the cat) moved to New York state, and so their house here is for rent. That by itself is not interesting enough even for my newly lax blogging standards but when they sent me the posting for the rental property, I did a double take: […]
Thanks Kroger. You’ve made it super easy to get my Pumkin fix.
John and I went to see Thor: Raggnarok last night. The movie was awesome, but this post is not about that. It’s about this: the sweet chairs that many movie theaters have these days. We got to our seats and tried to recline, only to discover that both of our […]