Those of you who follow me on Twitter or Facebook might recall me talking about a project I called “WOH” last year. And now it’s out. The Worshipful Order of Horologists is… Continue reading
The first time I rode a horse, I was about five years old. I was briefly on the horse, then briefly flying through the air, then waking up in my Aunt Mary’s living room with everyone around me looking very worried and debating whether they should take me to the hospital… Continue reading
There’s something so welcoming about sitting on your porch reading a book while your neighbors mow the lawn, or weed the flowerbeds, or clean the garage. It’s a friendly kind of neighborhood, one that’s comforting in its quiet diligence.
I sat on the steps and read until… Continue reading
Every day after lunch, Chad and I take a leisurely stroll down our very long driveway to check the mail. It’s a nice break in the middle of the day, a chance to get outside for two people who work from home and could go from the time they wake up until the end of the working day without ever seeing the sun. Continue reading