Monthly Archives: June 2016

Ode to Rogers Park

 “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.”  – Emma Lazarus I’ve been sickened by how fractured my country of America has become.  The tone of nation has turned ugly; a bunker mentality seems to be tearing us apart. As I thought about this recently, I realized I had learned some valuable lessons from Rogers Park … Continue reading Ode to Rogers Park »

What’s to Love About a Refrigerator

Marsha and I recently had guests over for dinner and we nearly never made it out of the kitchen.  What I mean to say is we were stopped cold standing in front of our refrigerator.  I’m not sure whether it was – Marley’s smiling face Charles & Doris adorned in Marsha’s knitted scarves The Paine family photo The Lovejoy family photo Erin & Kelly’s wedding picture … Continue reading What’s to Love About a Refrigerator »