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Bumbled

Posted by , 17 May 2016 · 173 views

West Mountain Road is likely a not uncommon name for a road in North America. I’m sure Google Maps could identify a dozen or more in less than a second. The particular West Mountain Road in this story is in Idaho and runs alongside Cascade Reservoir near the town of McCall.  
I was out for a walk on this road Saturday last enjoying the sight of the...


Fun Home On Broadway

Posted by , 29 April 2016 · 134 views
Broadway show, workplace and 2 more...
The rain blew in tonight. Plan A had been a run in Central Park after work this evening. I ended up working about an hour later than planned and it was drizzling when I left the office. 
Plan B should have been running on the treadmill in the hotel gym. But when I walked off the elevator instead of turning left towards Radio City Music Hall, I turned...


Target

Posted by , in dreams 21 April 2016 · 196 views

We’ve all been in one, right? A Target department store, discount retailer of stuff for the home: groceries, cleaning supplies, school supplies, linens, small electronics. Last night I dreamed I went to a Target store. I was going there for something standard, toilet bowl cleaner or the like, but I’d never been in this particular Target before and, having...


The Big Picture

Posted by , 05 April 2016 · 171 views

The Big Picture has always been where my focus lies. I have a tendency to gloss the details. Of course, to obtain any sort of success in school, in my professional work, I had to curb the tendency to overlook the details. Teachers, bosses, clients…they are all about the details. The big picture was secondary. The big picture was the concluding paragraph o...


Uninformed Musings On Shkreli, Wall Street, Funds

Posted by , 19 March 2016 · 176 views

I haven’t been round these parts for ages. Haven’t been reading or writing much for that matter. This is an overdue post on a topic that’s out of the headlines now but I figured I’d drop this here anyway. As a practice, I pay scant attention to the daily news. Reasons for this range from the pragmatic to the political to the philosophical, but for no...


Beach. Body.

Posted by , 04 March 2015 · 514 views

Strange encounter with a stranger on Sunday. Two days later and I'm still thinking about it. I'm thinking about my feelings about it which range from narcistic pleasure to shuddering dismay.

After my swim on Sunday I realized I'd forgotten to bring a towel. Fortunately it was a warm day out at the beach by Crissy Field so the sun could dry me. I s...


Running in Place

Posted by , 20 December 2014 · 312 views

We’re finally getting rain here in northern California after two years of very little of the wet stuff. It’s great to see. It’s great to feel. I went swimming in the rain yesterday. But for running, I’ve moved indoors to the treadmill. Until last month, I probably hadn’t run on a treadmill since 2011.

Treadmill technology has improved in the...


Dad's 70th, Vietnam, Family

Posted by , 08 October 2014 · 472 views

My family gathered last week to celebrate my father’s 70th birthday. I come from a close family. Several factors play into our having maintained that sense of closeness and loyalty not the least of which is a basic respect and compassion enculturated by our parents. I also attribute our familial adult friendships to the frequent relocations we experienced...


The Brazilian Steakhouse

Posted by , 24 July 2014 · 436 views

My partner and I often take walks in the evening and some months ago we saw that a new restaurant had opened a few blocks from our home. Under the name of the restaurant, in elegant script, were the words “A Brazilian Steakhouse.” The architecture was modern. Large, plate glass windows offered a view of the bar and beyond that we could see white tableclot...


Wall Street Culture

Posted by , in workplace 21 May 2014 · 672 views

Every year, on the Wednesday preceding Thanksgiving Day, Dr. Reuben Zubrow delivered his lecture on the nature of money. A brilliant economist, Zubrow also had the knack of being an engaging lecturer and enthusiastic instructor. He taught Macroeconomics 101 in the largest auditorium on campus. His classes were always well-attended but the august lecture o...






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