Of pinpricks and a Milky Way
How often do you stop and look up at the sky at night? Quite possibly not that often. Because we tend to be in a hurry to get home. It’s dark. And there’s nothing to see up there anyway. Except there is …
Then I saw your face
The long distance train sped through miles of suburbs surrounding downtown. Greg was going back to the city to meet a woman he once knew. The last time blew up spectacularly. What would today be like when they meet again?
Everything was better before — and the more before the better
“The good old days.” “I miss the old days.” “Life was simpler then.”
We look/think/dream back a few decades and see a time in the rearview mirror when the world was in ever so much better shape.
It’s been good — time to end this
Scenario: You have a conference that is doing well.
Would you end it because this is year 5 and the plan was to only do it 5 times? Or keep going, because you can?
The long cattle drive had been like countless others. The trail comprised seemingly endless miles of sun scorched prairie. Days went by and the horizon was still only a line, without any signs of civilization.
I wasn’t there — dealing with death and dying
A person is dying. Family gathered around for that last, meaningful goodbye.
Except that’s not always how it happens. We may not be there. Then what?
What if — if what
When was the last time you asked yourself “What if … ?”
It can be from the past, now replaying in our mind. Or something that hasn’t happened yet. A possibility …
4 for summer watching
2 tweens chasing dreams,2 retired men refuse to call it quits,a young woman with world’s most spoiled dog,a woman who helped shape all our lives for better