Month: September 2010

Priorities and Practicalities

At sixty, large political, philosophical and social issues sometimes give way to day-to-day practicalities. This may be unfortunate, unforgivable, or understandable, depending on your perspective or sense of humor. A small vignette from the Metropolitan Diary in the NY Times… Read More ›

60, the new August

It’s the last day of August, the shortest month of the year.  August seems to start slowly, seductively, redolent of summer- blasting heat and cool drinks- and ends abruptly in nostalgia and school. At the beginning of the month you are immersed in summer… Read More ›