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Atlas of Caregiving Survey Released Today

This was posted earlier on my wife Trish’s blog site, RobertsSister.com;

Last fall, I wrote about Richard, Robert and I participating in a caregiving study about our caregiving day. 325 more words

Monthly Post 2016

I got into Berghain

After two failed attempts at the door of Berghain, I quite miraculously won approval from none other than Sven Marquardt himself, and had some quality alone time at the powerplant-turned, notoriously-exclusive nightclub.

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Wellness Wednesday

In Greek Mythology Atlas was a Titian who was condemned by by Zeus to eternally stand on the Western side of Gaea or Earth supporting the Sky on his shoulders; the most popular contemporary depiction is of Atlas holding the Earth on his shoulders, is a common misconception of the mythological figure. 371 more words


Atlas and the World

I remember reading stories of greek mythology (call me a nerd, whatever :P) and reading the tale of Atlas and the world. During the great war between the titans and the gods, Atlas had betrayed the gods and sided with the titans. 306 more words

Brand New from Carta: The Illustrated Josephus (The Jewish War)

Josephus–affectionately dubbed Brosephus in my household–now comes to you, via Carta Jerusalem, with full-color illustrations. I’m still coming back to these three new titles, but in the meantime, here’s a bit of info about Carta’s Illustrated… 273 more words


Fall in Love with Sounds, Not Just Words

Hey Music Lovers,

I’ve been listening to a lot of great tunes these past few weeks – meaning I’m not responsible for the uncontrollable dancing when Ariana Grande’s “ 685 more words


W/E 22nd May 2016

Back down to the garage to get the Atlas’s ready for when the cast comes off next Friday :-)

The starter motor came back from the menders – there was a broken brush spring in there. 503 more words