Monthly Archives: June 2016

What step am I on in this journey?

I spend a lot of time behind this wheel, but it finally feels like I'm getting somewhere. (Photo by Daryl Friedman)

The thing about a journey is that once in awhile you have to stop and see where you are. It’s important to reflect on where you’ve been and to anticipate where you might be heading, but at times those considerations are not as important as where you are. And I am on the cusp of […]

The abnormal burden of ‘normal’ errands

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I never used to give normal errands much thought. You know the ones I mean: vehicle maintenance and repairs, groceries, prescriptions, salt for the water softening system, taking the recycling to the bins at the town office, going to the transfer station, registering vehicles, paying taxes, veterinarian appointments, getting dog food, picking up parts or […]