Category Archives: Mortality

Musings about getting older – the physical, mental, and attitudinal changes that come (good and bad) – and the inevitability of death – our own and that of those we love.

Day of the Dead 2020

Moving forward, not on. Continue reading

Posted in Appreciating Deeply, Feeling Clearly, Mortality | Tagged | 6 Comments

Route Six Six

It’s almost enough to make you want to cut your hair. Continue reading

Posted in Appreciating Deeply, Feeling Clearly, Mortality, Through History | Tagged , , | 12 Comments

Mary Lou and Me

Where are they now? Continue reading

Posted in Laughing Frequently, Mortality | Tagged | 4 Comments

If It Be Now

3, 4, 6, 8, who do we appreciate? Well, we don’t appreciate any of those, thank you very much. Continue reading

Posted in Feeling Clearly, Mortality, New Perspectives | Tagged , , | 12 Comments

They Also Serve

Milton and me. Who knew? Continue reading

Posted in Feeling Clearly, Mortality, Politics and Policy | Tagged , , | 10 Comments

Not a Given

The clock is ticking. Continue reading

Posted in Appreciating Deeply, Mortality, Thinking Broadly, Through the Calendar | Tagged , , | 18 Comments

You Do It

Help-wanted ads, here I come. Continue reading

Posted in Day-to-Day Encounters, Laughing Frequently, Mortality, Wired | Tagged , | 8 Comments

Mowing Our Row

What else is there to do? Continue reading

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Leo and Presley and Poe

Tales of death and birth. Continue reading

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