I don’t usually indulge in “galaxy brain” pondering, but occasionally metaphysics does float around in my brain …
Basement renovation, the last big home improvement project? It won’t add to resale value, must be we plan on living in it for a while longer …
Five years later, some further reflection on aging and legacies — wait, there’s more!
Not unhappy that Christmas is over this year — more stressful than usual with Omicron, etc.?
Cleaning out my attic yields a long-forgotten treasure trove of wargames — fortunately, somebody still collects and plays them!
“Wait. You say there’s been a global pandemic, and we’re all affected? I didn’t know! ” — the pandemic is coming to an end, we think. But it hasn’t all been negative over the past year …
Let the Wagon Wheel Roll I’ve lived in Arlington, Virginia for more than 47 years. Most of my adult life. I’ve lived at my current address for nearly 37 years. For the last five plus years, I’ve been in the habit of daily constitutionals radiating out from my house like spokes of a wagon wheel.Continue reading “Neighborhood Walks”
Warp & Woof, v. 2.0 Welcome to Warp & Woof, a blog from William Sundwick. I’ve been working on this project intermittently since I retired from the Library of Congress in 2015, after 42 years of service. Back in the day, maybe 10-15 years ago, when blogging was something people did – before social mediaContinue reading “Welcome to Warp and Woof, v.2.0”
published July 17, 2020 in Warp & Woof Why I Miss My Gym Or Not … William Sundwick Virginia advanced to “Phase 3” re-opening more than two weeks ago. But, yes, cases of COVID-19 are still rising in the state. My local gym has posted a sign: “We’re Open!” (at 75 per cent capacity). MasksContinue reading “Why I Miss My Gym”
Published June 28, 2020 in Warp & Woof Writer’s Block Where Am I Going, Anyway? William Sundwick I can’t seem to focus these days. Is it Coronavirus quarantine fatigue? Or, is it a much deeper philosophical crisis? I must ask myself: what kept me going writing in Warp & Woof, for nearly three-and-a-half years, thatContinue reading “Writer’s Block”