“Youth possessed no perspective, he thought, the fatal flaw to all of its extraordinary advantages….”
Some people just don’t give a shit. Dad did. So do I.
We all pay for our sins somehow.
Does it qualify as “living” when all you do is run to your car, into the front doors of your destination, back to your car and, finally, into your house, no pauses or sidetracks?
New Year’s resolutions. Some will be kept throughout the year, many for a few weeks, most for just a day or two. Maybe we should go with every-day resolutions, instead. Every day.
One evening last week my 6-year-old daughter and I ran out to Dairy Queen to get treats and bring them home for everyone. It was around 6:30, and as we […]
The climate crisis looms. It’s tough to keep a positive outlook with all the doomsday scenarios, science-based predictions and imminent tipping points. And yet…
With advances in artificial intelligence and new feats of engineering, Robots continue to get smarter and better and more useful for humans. They also play soccer and develop press releases. Wait… What?
Father’s Day, 2004 “Thanks for being here.” My father, Martin C. Fredricks III, said this to me many times, usually at family gatherings. Just as often, though, he said it […]