Fun. That's the objective here.
For years I've pestered friends and family with letters and
e-mails about my misadventures, most of them entirely my fault.
I have no idea how anything works (car, phone, stereo, faucet,
light bulb, sippy cup), and I hate planning anything (if I had been in
charge of the Normandy invasion we would all be speaking
I worked for more than 45 years in newsrooms, and all my old
bosses will tell you how delighted they were to read one of my late
night notes about the quality of journalism in their shop and the
quality of the journalists they were hiring.
My hope is to populate this space with entertaining essays
about things I've done or seen along with occasional rants or
even raves about my former profession.
A book of my essays on how much fun it is to grow old -- "Did I Really Change My
Underwear Every Day?" - was published in July 2011 by Sunstone Press. The book, in both old-fashioned book and ebook forms, is available at Barnes&Noble.com (BN.com), Amazon.com and Sunstone Press (800-243-5644). Or you can ask your bookstore to order it. If you click on Underwear above, you can read a chapter from the book.
Thanks for taking a look at my site. You might want to start with
(The little Ms. ladybug in the picture below is my granddaughter
Daniella. If she were slightly older, she would know how to scoot that image
up to the top, where I really wanted it.)