From the monthly archives: August 2014

Holy Crap! I’m standing at Malibu Surfrider Beach on Wednesday afternoon, August 27th, and the surf is just pounding! I’m talking about super-colossal surf, up to triple-overhead, which is 15-18 feet. No kidding! This is a once in a decade (or maybe a once ever) event. The surf is booming from Hurricane Marie that’s spinning […]

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A Game Of Cards

August 24, 2014 by

Annette and I are attending the Bar Mitzvah of a good friend’s son this weekend. The child’s name, who’s soon to be a man, is Yuval. I went out yesterday to find an appropriate card. When I walked into the card section of the store, I was greeted not by one aisle, not by two […]

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I played a round of golf at Mirror Lake public golf course in Bonner County, Idaho last Tuesday with Annette. Lovely. Good course. Then we went to lunch in Bonner City. Organic boutiquey place. Great food. By the time we got back to our friend’s house it was about four o’clock, and I realized I […]

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It’s So Easy

August 10, 2014 by

We are self-centered little creatures, aren’t we? It’s very hard indeed not to see the world revolve around us. From the pupils of our eyes, to the colors, sights, and sounds of that all appear for us alone. Of course there are a thousand examples of humanitarians, of the givers, the selfless ones among us, […]

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Into The Mystic

August 3, 2014 by

So…this week it was time for my annual physical. Who cares, right? My wife…maybe my kids. Me, of course. Not many else, nor should they. Life is busy for everybody, and I won’t bore you here with what looks like good to neutral results on all tests so far. Instead, I want to take you […]

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