July 19, 2021

Despite what you may have been told, vegans have apparently survived COVID. One of the things we were worried about was, could a business like a vegan restaurant survive in the best of times. Luckily, Heart and Soy not only survived, but thrived. I’m glad they made it when others didn’t and was happy to make a trip to the Highlands to come out surprised in the happiest of ways. By the way, I got the pad Thai, spring rolls and miso mushroom soup. Good stuff. Continue reading July 19, 2021

July 19, 2021

Misty said I should do a selfie time shot with messy Jeremiah after the destruction of his first birthday cake. At first, I wasn’t going to take one because I thought he might be experiencing some sensory overload. But he’s used to his grandfather insisting on selfie time so he was just as amazing as he always is. Happy first birthday, Jeremiah. And thanks for letting get more of our new family tradition. Continue reading July 19, 2021

July 15, 2021

It’s been a little bit, but we got to spend some time with grandson Jeremiah. As usual, if we’re spending time together, we simply must have selfie-time. With all the work-from-home stuff and some mandatory overtime, it’s made it difficult to get out of town to visit. And, I’m sure you can expect this line, “he’s getting so big.” That hair, those teeth. He’s even more wonderful than ever. I may have taken a few more to share. Continue reading July 15, 2021

May 24 2021

So today’s bike ride took me the University of Louisville campus. A lot has changed since I attended a hundred years ago. But the August Rodin statue of The Thinker made me feel like some things can be considered eternal. Or, at least, around long enough for me to get a mobile phone photo. Which gives this site its purpose. Continue reading May 24 2021