STORIES FOR THE JOURNEY
Before the stroke, dad used to talk to anybody, anywhere. It didn’t matter. Waitress, cashier, postal clerk at the counter, stranger on the street.
He was fearless in approaching people and finding out their story. 846 more words
1 week, 3 days ago
…be it bridge or border
3 months, 2 weeks ago
The Traverse Family Travels
The Traverse Family day begin early on day two. At sunrise they were let’s go, let’s go.
Instead of staying in their seats. They decided to suction themselves to the window and take in the view. 48 more words
5 months, 2 weeks ago
HOW DO I GET A BETTER MEMORY?
I am Ravi S. Kahn, Ph.D. In December 2016, I will be 82. As I move on with my life, I am writing about the experiences of my octogenarian life. 286 more words
8 months ago
Have you ever forget to bring spare change for toll booths? Did you start to panic and worry about what was going to happen? We certainly did. 452 more words
10 months, 2 weeks ago
The Philosophy of Patriots
I completed my taxes this week. No, I don’t feel patriotic. Thankfully, I’ll get a refund this year.
Am I being hypocritical by working in the public sector and then denouncing taxes? 313 more words
11 months ago