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End of Year 1

Good evening,

I hope you are all well and your week hasn’t gotten off to a bad start although we are only on Monday. I am struggling to fit everything in this week and so actually haven’t had the time over the weekend to sit down and write a blog post for today. 546 more words

Eno House: The Sequel

Yesterday’s post about LandTech’s plan to save the Eno Foundation building generated plenty of comments.

Some referenced the handsome waterfront estate directly across Saugatuck Avenue. Owned by Foundation founder William Phelps Eno — the father of modern-day traffic devices like stop signs, pedestrian crosswalks and 1-way streets — it was one of the most majestic mansions in Westport. 465 more words

People

A Past Life

If you’ve read my ‘About‘ post you will have seen me mention that I will be discussing my latest battle with depression and the effects it has had on my personal & professional life. 712 more words

Anxiety

Remembering Chuck Berry

I only saw Chuck Berry perform live once.

It was in 2002, at the Levitt Pavilion’s annual fundraiser.

He was on a double bill with Little Richard. 134 more words

Looking Back

Let's see how far we've come!

We have a new receptionist starting in our team, and her first days were this weekend. It was a big weekend, and we had no other reception staff. 513 more words

Change

Looking Back: Beltane 1996

SIn the lead up to this year’s festival, we wanted to celebrate 30 years of Beltane with a series of posts looking back at experiences of the festival over the years. 636 more words

Looking Back

Engagement and Marriage

We started dating in the fall of 1972. The summer of 1973 we traveled to England with a Christian Rock Group on a concert tour at schools in England for their religious education classes. 218 more words

California