Today: Of Note On The Internet

Dr. Anna Haus’ Forgotten Clinic In Germany The most recent update from the Edge of Humanity, this one features many haunting images of this forgotten and neglected space. I’ve always been fascinated by places like this, that people simply forgot. This home (I believe they both lived and worked out of this space) still has Read More …

My Mother’s Day Weekend

​Spent the evening with my folks celebrating Mothers Day. I love that I’m physically close to them, so can keep an emotional closeness. Though, at times, it’s surreal to be back in Lynnwood, within sight of the home I grew up in.  Many, many memories can and went. Stories told with my son, developing the Read More …

Seattle Big Blog Meetup Reunion And Such

Several years ago Monica Guzman, then with the Seattle PI’s Big Blog, started hosting Big Blog meet ups. I stumbled upon one my posts from one, pinged the folks in the picture, and the discussion shifted to having a re-union. So, we’ve launched the discussion. Part of the purpose for this post is to have Read More …

Sustainable Living, Healthy Living and Suburbia

Yesterday was spent driving. Meetings in Late Stevens, Everett and Mountlake Terrace. Not at all uncommon. Though I travelled many miles, my body spent the day seated. This hit me at night: I just had to move. I did a little yoga, ran through taekwondo poomsaes, and was eclectic settle down. My body now expects Read More …

Sears CEO Lampert blames company’s woes on ‘irresponsible’ media

Sears CEO Lampert blames company’s woes on ‘irresponsible’ media I just had to shake my head after reading this one. This Mr. Lampert is, well, an eccentric chap and, sorry to counter his statement, but either in deep denial about Sears’ states, or a terrible liar. He spends a great deal of time comparing Sears Read More …

Taekwondo video: “Age is no excuse…” on YouTube

It’s awesome to see all ages at the dojang. It’s a sign of a healthy school. My school has a huge range of student agents, from small children to adults in the 50s and 60s.  Every student brings something great to the school, helps us all grow, to be better.