2022-08-17: My headspace hasn’t been in a good place these past few days. It feels like my mental cogs have …

2022-08-14: The Monet Exhibit I took my mom yesterday to what we thought was an exhibit and visual art show about Monet. It ended …

2022-08-12: Mental health day in progress. I’ve journaled for half an hour on the train. Something about the …

2022-08-08: Hey everyone: 1. Go to Google.com 2. Search for “cat”. 3. Click the paw icon. 4. Click anywhere in …

2022-08-08: Note to bosses: never ok a vacation request first thing in the day. Your workers will spend all day …

2022-08-06: I have found the perfect birthday card for my friend, and since they don’t read this blog, I can …

2022-08-06: The comedy night was just ok. I wasn’t impressed with the starters who thought offensiveness and …

2022-08-05: It’s the kind of hot day that makes you think, what the hell am I doing that outweighs a comedy …

2022-07-26: I was planning on sticking to my diet…

2022-07-19: “Gremlins never went away, they just became digital.” - From a work call today.

2022-07-18: Walking Alec Soth I’m thinking of taking in the local Institute of Contemporary Art soon. This is a …

2022-07-18: Act like you give a carp!

2022-07-14: iOS, I am nowhere near my workplace, and I’d be done with work even if I was there. Why are you …

2022-07-11: Just finished The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs. Outstanding. On top of great writing and an …

2022-07-08: Just had the opportunity to snuggle and pet a coffee-with-cream colored corgi! My day is brighter …

2022-07-07: I am unreasonably excited for my weekend bike trip. It’s just a drive to western Massachussetts and …

2022-06-23: Now that it’s finally concluded, let the binging of Obi-Wan Kenobi begin!

2022-06-23: “To Hell With Postivity” - Found on my walk home from a meetup last night.

2022-06-22: My favorite local bakery/cafe just won recognition of its union! I hope it inspires more local …

2022-06-18: You’d think at least one booth at this pride event would have a decent bisexual bracelet.

2022-06-16: 70° in the shade, birds chirping, waiting in a friend to take a walk with.

2022-06-16: Who needs metal mounting brackets when you have velcro? Now I can mount and I mount my baskets at …

2022-06-15: Biking in a city isn’t so bad, once you get used to it. You may even find some elements to be the …

2022-06-14: Apple and MLS to present all MLS matches for 10 years, beginning in 2023 - Apple The joy of this …

2022-06-13: Jurassic World Dominion: I suppose they had to wrap it up somehow. The biblical plot references and …

2022-06-11: (Delayed) Thoughts on the WWDC22 Keynote I figured out what makes it seem more artificial and less authentic. Every other sentence has this …

2022-06-09: Beer fans, help me: I love IPAs, but lately all the ones I’ve tried don’t do it for me. What kinds …

2022-06-09: Just woke up. As I’m lying in bed, in the silent morning, I say to myself, “Didn’t the forecast call …

2022-06-06: Craig Federighi shows the secret to being extra: be silly. #wwdc22

2022-06-06: On my way to get lunch.

2022-06-05: Today’s thought: It’s not the quiet ones you have to watch out for. It’s the ones who are made to be …

2022-06-03: Our Flag Means Death is my new queer happy place. It takes a few episodes to get moving, but once …

2022-06-02: My friend is graduating! Jules worked their butt off to become a physical therapist, and is walking …

2022-06-02: See an enticing event flyer on any surface. See the event is something I really want to go to. See …

2022-06-01: My day is feeling like this pinball machine. Before I put any more quarters in, I’ll get some dinner …

2022-05-30: The people living in and renovating this house put a bubble machine on a roof, and every time I walk …

2022-05-27: About to see Olafur Arnalds perform. I’ve been following his work for years; this is my first …

2022-05-27: Reading 99 Erics, and thinking: if Julia Serrano hasn’t done The Moth Radio Hour, she really …

2022-05-26: Doing what I’ve always wanted to do, part two: biked to the Amtrak station, to take the T into …

2022-05-07: At my favorite cafe, and two college aged women are discussing and geeking out over the Marvel …

2022-05-03: May Photo Challenge: experimental. It describes my approach to the world of tea. (This is an …

2022-05-02: May Photo challenge: Photo. A hastily taken pic, me with my dad and my sister,, before I run for a …

2022-05-01: Day 1 Photoblogging Challenge: Switch. 📷

2022-04-29: First night of my birthday weekend, with a concert and an (offscreen) Kentucky mule. 🎵

2022-04-28: A brilliant idea at this conference - a swag swap. Get rid of unwanted items in your swag bag, maybe …

2022-04-28: At a conference, and the organizers have placed the caffeine at the far end of the vendor room. …

2022-04-24: There is a new couple at my favorite cafe, enjoying some tea and crepes. It’s clearly their second …

2022-04-22: At a beloved bakery/bar’s reopening. They’re playing awesome 80s rock while slinging out cocktails …

2022-04-18: When buying a $2,000 appliance, it is important to trust the company you buy it from. This joke …

2022-04-11: Work was awful, I’m feeling disconnected from friends, and my washing machine just announced it’s …

2022-04-08: Observatory night! 🔭📷

2022-04-03: Just finished The Disaster Artist. It took me 3 hours to watch, as I had to pause whenever Tommy’s …

2022-04-03: I’m going to start an exclusive movie watching club. Membership is through being secretly observed …

2022-03-28: Watched an advance screening of Everything Everywhere All At Once last night. It nails the landing …

2022-03-26: When the server says “what size”, I need to stop saying “lots.”

2022-03-24: Just finished The Rabbi’s Cat. Sharp witted and warm hearted French animation at its finest! Highly …

2022-03-21: How Saturn Got It’s Rings I find it incredible that the dinosaurs are older than these rings. Had …

2022-03-21: I actually went to a people thing! A poly meetup just a few blocks from me. And I stayed longer than …

2022-03-20: I am so, so, so much happier when I don’t doomscroll tech blogs. I can’t say I’m missing much …

2022-03-18: Have you ever felt guilty for pausing one book, because you really want to start another? Did it …

2022-03-16: Northampton hasn’t lost all of its whimsy. 📷

2022-03-15: Spoiler alert: this place definitely has books you need. It is almost impossible to find, though.📷 📚

2022-03-15: “Hi, do you-“ “Yes.” “Er, I-“ “Yes.” “How do you know-“ “The answer is always Yes.”

2022-03-15: Tea, a muffin, and some good classic rock at this cafe to start the morning. 📷 🎵

2022-03-14: Beer, books, and (soon) a hamburger. What a way to enjoy a vacation. #Northampton 📚 🍺

2022-03-13: I’m going on a trip to see a friend tomorrow. My AirBnB is right above one of my favorite bars! And …

2022-03-12: The Batman - This is all I ever wanted. A good gritty story with an interesting puzzle. 📽

2022-03-11: First night of vacation, and I spent it with two friends! Dinner, a haircut, and lots of talk …

2022-03-11: Why am I stuck in traffic? Because I realized I’d forgotten my work laptop at home, and now I’m …

2022-03-09: A little before the snow fall begins. 📷

2022-02-26: I was in a foul, depressed mood yesterday; the overcast sky and slush didn’t help. Then I …

2022-02-23: Just tired, this evening. Nothing for it but to listen to my eyes and prep my bed.

2022-02-23: I was today years old when I realized: In Kubrik’s 2001, the Discovery is shaped like a sperm, …

2022-02-19: My friends are dorks, and I love them. 📷

2022-02-09: Birds Aren’t Real: Inside a Gen Z Conspiracy Theory - The New York Times This sounds a lot …

2022-02-07: “Quotation marks around words that are not actually quotes are the literary equivalent of being told …

2022-02-06: Started reading: Gender Failure 📚

2022-02-03: Thank you, broken vending machine, for being there in my moment of weakness.

2022-02-02: It’s 2-2-22! Happy Twos-day, everyone! 🗓

2022-01-31: Sometimes, the terrible, toxic client wins, and it leaves you feeling bereft of joy and energy. All …

2022-01-29: Two feet of snow have fallen in less than 24 hours. I’ve never been so glad to have a condo …

2022-01-27: I was resolute that I would only buy We. 📚

2022-01-27: Jad Abumrad steps down from RadioLab It’s been twenty years. Twenty years. I remember listening from …

2022-01-24: Trying to finish Trans/Love for my book club tomorrow. 📚

2022-01-23: Give this episode of RadioLab a listen. What a moving moment of dealing with grief between two …

2022-01-22: Just finished Les Vampires. It’s fantastic - the pacing, the plot twists, any time Musidora is …

2022-01-09: They bought a blender. Three weeks later, their cats continue to hold it hostage. People frequently …

2021-12-31: Signal boosting for trans and nb people and allies: Free downloadable binder pattern - Ureshii …

2021-12-27: A stomach bug is my least favorite way of spending a day off. Here’s to hoping the worst is over

2021-12-25: Merry Christmas to those who celebrate, and happy Saturday to those who don’t! It’s icy out there, …

2021-12-22: I’m having a rough day at work, and vented to a friend and coworker on (non-work) messaging. She …

2021-12-17: I’d be enjoying Ikigai more if it didn’t fetishize Japan so much. The authors build it …

2021-12-16: Nick Cave on Love The Red Hand Files - ‘I’m 17 years old, what can you tell me about love?’ Just one bit from a …

2021-12-15: Tonight would be an excellent night for a rainy evening walk. If only I hadn’t spent several …

2021-12-14: Measuring out my sanity. (Originally posted years ago on another platform.)

2021-12-12: Yesterday I did nothing but read, order pizza and nurse a pint. Today, amidst neglected chores, I …

2021-12-10: I had an evening resuming my love of beer and conversation with a good friend. We could have talked …

2021-10-17: Blogging is excruciating. I think of blogging the way I think of performing on stage, or giving a presentation. It highlights …

2021-10-14: Ace - on being that kind of friend You know what the second I stopped saying “I wish I had a friend …

2021-08-21: Before the hurricane, a concert with Brian McPherson! 🎵

2021-08-11: Today’s Tom the Dancing Bug makes me feel seen.

2021-08-10: Met this little guy on my way into the office this morning. 🐸

2021-08-04: Ursula K LeGuin’s complete blog is back online!

2021-07-30: Who Owns My Name? Amanda Knox shouldn’t have to remind us of these facts. I hope this becomes …

2021-07-26: I’ve never been one to collect pens, but I might make an exception for this: 🖋️ …

2021-07-25: I feel awful, so I put on season two of The Handmaid’s Tale, which leaves me feeling awful for …

2021-07-25: These five panels explain ADHD so well. Not just what it’s like from the outside, but the inner …

2021-07-22: Ok, this is frightening: Antivax groups on FB are using codes to escape detection. It’s not an …

2021-07-20: About to watch a performance at FringePVD! 🎭🎪

2021-07-18: After over a week of back pain coupled with 30°+ heat, a 24° day with no pain and time to read is a …

2021-07-15: Finished “Loki”! That was some excellent acting and storytelling! Also, I don’t want to work for the …

2021-07-14: After over a year working remotely, my team needs a moment to remember where offices and resources …

2021-07-13: Pinched a nerve in my lower back, making getting up, bending over, and getting into a car extremely …

2021-07-10: This is the second restaurant I’ve been to that is blasting the music at full volume, regardless of …

2021-07-09: A lovely essay on attention Tenderness Shares A Root With Attention — Are.na In the beautiful Translator’s Note from …

2021-07-09: Some day, I will learn that seeking out hits of stimulation is a poor substitute for sleep and …

2021-07-07: Woozy face emoji suggested by Apple devices for ‘stammering’ - 9to5Mac As a stutterer …

2021-07-06: Managed to visit the renovated Providence Public Library this afternoon. It looks like it hits way …

2021-07-05: The new album by Sebastian Plano, Save Me Not is peaceful and beautiful. Perfect for an evening in, …

2021-06-28: Why dontcha?

2021-06-26: The erasure creeps upon Boston…

2021-06-26: After walking a bit around Boston in almost 28°C heat, I’m kind of wishing I’d taken the train in …

2021-06-24: And finally, Providence!

2021-06-24: Aaaand Penn Station, aka Moynihan Station. I’m sure this looked good in someone architect’s mind!

2021-06-24: Washington DC Union Station! Next is supposed to be Penn Station, but I’m reluctant to depress …

2021-06-23: Chicago Union Station! 🚂

2021-06-23: I seem to have violated a Micro.blog community rule: not posting train station photos when I travel …

2021-06-20: I bought Dirac’s book, in the grey Boringhieri edition. It smelled good. (I always sniff …

2021-06-13: Just listened to Jordan Peterson interviewing Stephen Fry. I don’t agree with Peterson at all, …

2021-06-13: A good Sunday morning. I woke up, and the hot shower hit every stiff spot on my back and shoulder. The morning summer air …

2021-06-11: I’m enjoying “See”. It flows like a scifi book from the 60s or 70s, a fantastical …

2021-06-10: One of the reasons I follow @ayjay is wisdom like this: Ask yourself one question: Does this writer …

2021-06-09: I’m starting to fall into my old lazy habits again. I could blame the heat, but ultimately, …

2021-06-09: It has been in the 90s here since the weekend. I’m strongly considering sleeping in my office …

2021-06-07: Cautiously awaiting the WWDC keynote today. Apple has been worrying me lately. Will this be the year …

2021-06-06: Not sure if I’m peopled out because of the pandemic, or because I’m old.

2021-06-02: Decided to use a coworking space today. I really can’t beat the view!

2021-06-01: Wake up to pounding on my roof, from more construction. Fight traffic to barely make it into work …

2021-05-31: Just finished “Your Name”. I can’t think of a praise good enough for this gem. …

2021-05-31: Unexpected pandemic reentry issue: forgetting how tall some people are. The laptop camera adds five …

2021-05-29: At my favorite tea cafe. It’s cozy inside from the rain outside. To my left, a …

2021-05-28: Sinead O’Connor Remembers Things Differently - The New York Times I think I need to listen to …

2021-05-27: Currently at Boston Commons, waiting for the book club to start. There is an older homeless man in …

2021-05-27: I’ve grown used to dictating notes and replying to messages with my Apple Watch, because who …

2021-05-26: On Worldbuilding and the Question of Resistance Catharsis is a state of rest, not a state of …

2021-05-26: I’ve worked from my city condo for over a year. I’m finally back in my work office, and the greenery …

2021-05-25: I’d like to thank MacOS for giving me the afternoon off when I thought the update would only take …

2021-05-24: Currently reading How to Blow Up a Pipeline by Andreas Malm. 📚

2021-05-24: Just finished Sex and Punishment: Four Thousand Years of Judging Desire. Excellent book, well …

2021-05-24: Weird: Children crying or yelling in markets or restaurants irks me, but the cacophony at the day …

2021-05-23: As part of my personal post-pandemic process, I just cancelled my GrubHub+ membership and won’t be …

2021-05-22: Just finished Army of the Dead. Good wholesome violent zombie fun. 📽 🧟‍♂️

2021-05-21: Finally meeting some friends this weekend that I haven’t seen in over a year! I kinda want to get …

2021-05-19: When you have a long work day ahead of you, it helps to have something to look forward to. Today, …

2021-05-17: I am at an appointment to finally schedule physical therapy for my shoulder, and all I can think of …

2021-05-10: Flat pasta that morphs into 3D shapes when cooked I don’t even like pasta, but consider me …

2021-05-09: Happy Mother’s Day to all the wonderful moms and mother figures out there! And if this is an …

2021-05-06: Today’s XKCD hits it home. He could have added a few rows, though.

2021-05-04: Just finished Wolfwalkers. Such wonderful animation and voice acting! I haven’t seen anything quite …

2021-05-01: Best. Bird sculpture. Ever. 📷

2021-04-29: If you use the iOS 14.5 unlock with Apple Watch feature, make sure you read actively read the alert …

2021-04-28: I wish I’d thought of this vaccine joke.

2021-04-28: I just learned, after weeks of wearing my sling, that it has pockets. Not very useful ones, good for …

2021-04-24: Walking today felt good. Hesitant, careful, but good. Were it not for the weather, I’d walk the …

2021-04-23: Couldn’t sleep. Made the mistake of checking Facebook. Why I don’t delete it, I don’t know.

2021-04-22: Just had a dead tooth pulled out, and my anxiety is through the roof. The messed up horrors my mind …

2021-04-20: Today’s Apple event: New iMacs? Cool colors, just ok. AirTags? Meh. New iPads? Don’t need one. …

2021-04-20: Reason #48529 for digital forms in medical offices: having to fill out intake forms when your …

2021-04-15: Living with my dominant arm in a sling has proven that I can, in fact, code with one arm behind my …

2021-04-11: I’m moving for my life to get back on track. Not back to normal; normal wasn’t working for me. But …

2021-04-11: Last night was not fun. The vaccine side effects kicked my behind. Today is better, though. It feels …

2021-04-10: Achievement unlocked: vaccinated. (+10 immunity, +10 social ease; takes effect two weeks after …

2021-04-08: Just binged Undone over the past few nights. It’s witty, well plotted, exceptionally casted and …

2021-04-07: First day of physical therapy for my shoulder. I’m hoping for an easy time, but my inability to …

2021-04-06: ‘The crate escape’: Two Irishmen who helped mail friend home from Australia sought I am not at all …

2021-04-05: Watched The Naked City over dinner tonight. I highly recommend it- it’s a movie that has aged …

2021-04-03: Transcript: Ezra Klein Interviews Ted Chiang - The New York Times A wonderful interview with an …

2021-03-26: Forever Given - Merry other singles stick in the Suez Canal. “Of the Suez Canal can connect …

2021-03-24: Just finished The Americans. Fantastic show, up there with Breaking Bad. How Keri Russell did not …

2021-03-23: When Constitutions Took Over the World | The New Yorker This review makes an excellent light evening …

2021-03-15: Everyone Is Beautiful and No One Is Horny - Blood Knife A cultural observation, deliciously …

2021-03-15: I’m taking the annual conflict of interest training, and the narrator has the most Boston accent …

2021-03-15: Finished Wandavision last night. I usually try to avoid peer pressure, but in this case, I’m glad I …

2021-03-11: I love the 70s vibe Baltimore is running with. I half expect Tom Baker’s The Doctor to make an …

2021-03-10: [Nomadland (2020)](https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9770150/) It’s a beautiful movie, but beauty is more than what makes us feel good. Beauty can be harrowing, it …

2021-03-10: User hostile architecture has come to Harvard station. I am not pleased. It’s ugly, obtrusive and …

2021-03-08: Where most people would show enthusiasm through words, my mother chooses emojis.

2021-03-07: It Turns Out You Can Bullshit a Bullshitter After All I think the best part of this research is the …

2021-03-05: Parkinson’s Law never seems so real as when you contemplate how to fill your vacation. So many …

2021-03-04: And with that, my vacation has begun! No, wait, I don’t have ice cream. I’ll get that, then it will …

2021-03-03: Currently reading: A Promised Land by Barack Obama 📚

2021-03-03: Currently reading: Polysecure: Attachment, Trauma and Consensual Nonmonogamy by Jessica Fern 📚

2021-03-03: Currently reading: In Praise of Wasting Time by Alan Lightman 📚

2021-03-02: Good conversations with good friends keep me going. Just a few more days until vacation…

2021-03-01: Rearranged schedules means today is movie night! “Parasite” 📽

2021-02-28: My sister’s holiday gift for me! I’m particularly interested in Alan Lightman‘a book. 📚

2021-02-28: I felt young again during a 3.79km walk this morning! Then my feet and knees reminded me of what an …

2021-02-27: So, so glad I made room for this nap today! Now to think about dinner.

2021-02-26: Yo.

2021-02-26: A sad truth: “I’d rather pay $x now than $x++ later” is inversely comforting to …

2021-02-25: A melting snowman a few days ago.

2021-02-23: When setting up my replacement debit card, the system asked me to enter the card number. The …

2021-02-21: Careful what you wish for - Seth’s Blog Because wishes don’t always come true, but wishing …

2021-01-09: Went to IKEA for replacement parts. Left IKEA with replacement parts, lingonberry jam, and this new …

2021-01-06: Equality as vulnerability Heather Cox Richardson, in yesterday’s Letters From an American newsletter: But, see, here’s …

2021-01-06: Raise your hand if you’re still writing “2020” instead of “2021”.

2021-01-01: Burning the Old Year Letters swallow themselves in seconds Notes friends tied to the doorknob, …

2021-01-01: Happy New Year, everyone. As we reconnect with each other in person with the help of the vaccine, …

2020-12-31: The Year of the Mulligan: my thoughts on the new year, exactly! thisisindexed.com/2020/12/c…

2020-12-27: We are so enamored with this idea of the heroic that we are always looking for ways to attribute …

2020-12-25: Merry Christmas to those who celebrate, and happy seven days until 2021 for us all!

2020-12-24: Just heard an NPR reporter, while interviewing a correspondent, offhandedly refer to Trump’s …

2020-12-20: I’d considered buying a new laptop in 2021. This article makes a strong case for not doing so; …

2020-12-17: Your Thursday holiday whimsy: The Blob Opera! artsandculture.google.com/experimen…

2020-12-16: In many ways, likability is very elaborate lie, a performance, a code of conduct dictating the …

2020-12-16: As close to the beautiful snow as I’d like to be.

2020-12-15: It’s my sister’s birthday today. I wish I could have surprised her for it in person. …

2020-12-13: Also, that movie has an original social lubrication I’ve never seen or read of before: …

2020-12-13: Just finished Ikarie XB-1, a 1963 Czech scifi movie which holds up very well today. I especially …

2020-12-11: A bit of silly joy for your Friday: pointerpointer.com It works on mobile and desktop.

2020-12-09: Some evenings, whatever your evening plans, you just have to sit in a comfy chair and relax to some …

2020-12-08: My guitar homework for the week. He wants me to practice actually singing the Dylan song. 😬 🎵 🎸

2020-12-07: Two aesthetics have clashed with each other for a very long time: one that recommends a total …

2020-12-06: A good day today was capped with “On the Rocks”, the Sofia Coppola film with Rashida Jones and Bill …

2020-12-05: Every time I see Zoë Keating perform “Optimist”, it’s with layers of big, bright, …

2020-12-05: A chilly, rainy day has me stuck inside with chores. There’s a Zoë Keating concert to stream …

2020-12-04: Writing holiday cards for people I’m on a weekly social Zoom call with. They don’t know they’re …

2020-12-03: Finished “Create Dangerously: The Power and Responsibility of the Artist”, a triptych of essays by …

2020-12-03: Finished The Atlantic’s Daily Crossword and man, some of those clues. You have to really stretch to …

2020-12-02: Nick Cave, everyone: 💬 Of course, there is much in our world that is in need of change, to be set …

2020-11-28: Watching Rise of the Nazis: Politics on PBS. Not 20 minutes in, and the parallels are stunning. 📽

2020-11-25: For those who need the catharsis of watching things burn: hey.science/dumpster-…

2020-11-22: When Politics isn’t All Personal - Insight Once again, Zeynep Tufeki zeros in on the key …

2020-11-20: As the work week fades to black, I shut down my work laptop and let go a pent-up, stress filled …

2020-11-20: All I need to wake up this morning are these stew and cooking posts on Micro.blog. They’re making me …

2020-11-19: The disorienting thing about this pandemic is it teases the possible on the horizon, but rarely lets …

2020-11-18: One day I will confront my dependence on caffeine and tea. It will not be this day. #mbnov

2020-11-17: Just finished rewatching The Martian. The humanism, ingenuity, inner strength and triumph haven’t …

2020-11-17: I realized last night that I’ve lost the ease with which I could lose myself in a book. It’s …

2020-11-16: Morning walk in downtown.

2020-11-16: “memory: the shade of an experience—haunting or fading in inverse proportion to the pleasure it …

2020-11-15: I wish I didn’t have work tomorrow. The rain outside tonight looks lovely to walk and get my soul …

2020-11-15: Not only do I feel teen pounds lighter, but stylish too!

2020-11-14: Just finished the excellent Fireball: Visitors from Darker Worlds. A wonderful mix of the human …

2020-11-13: Roll out of bed. Scoliosis and headache complain. Me: $&/($^*#{&)@!! Siri: “Sorry, I don’t …

2020-11-12: My day was full of meetings about things to do, that we could have done if we didn’t have meetings. …

2020-11-12: Everybody’s just waiting for the rain to fall this morning.

2020-11-07: The three hour impromptu nap I took popped my inflated ideas of how productive I’d be today. #mbnov

2020-11-06: When you finish all the levels in the puzzle tower game, you meet the boss, RaPuzzling. #mbnov

2020-11-06: “God is the ultimate nonviolent one, so we dare not accept any theory of salvation—much less …

2020-11-05: Sometimes you say, “How bad can it really be?” You take a chance, and everything is better you’d …

2020-11-05: Sometimes, this city can be really beautiful. 📷

2020-11-05: At the stoop to my condo, I stop to breathe in the crisp morning air before a busy day. #mbnov 🍁

2020-11-04: Related to my last post: What Do Foreign Correspondents Think of the U.S.? | The New Yorker …

2020-11-04: What other nations think of us: Things fall apart in the United States — and Canada takes a hard look in the mirror - CBC News The …

2020-11-04: Discovered: Animoji will not let you do Spock eyebrows.

2020-11-04: I’m joining near the start of #mbnov , as I wasn’t a member before yesterday. I hope that doesn’t …

2020-11-03: A video that made me pause, reflect, and recommit to my work. I hope it gives you the same feelings.

2020-11-03: First post. Hi, everyone! Looking forward to exploring this community!