Five years later, some further reflection on aging and legacies — wait, there’s more!
Published January 17, 2020 in Warp & Woof Am I Old Yet? An Update William Sundwick Warp & Woof has seen other pieces about getting old. It seems I owe the reader an update from time to time. I am now mid-way through my fifth year of retirement. I wouldn’t contest the rationale for myContinue reading “Am I Old Yet?”
Published April 25, 2019 in Warp & Woof Aging, Body and Mind An Introspection William Sundwick As I approach my 72nd anniversary on the planet, I’m beginning to feel old – ever so slightly. I have no physical infirmity that I can conveniently use as an excuse for it. There are no mobility issues, likeContinue reading “Aging, Body and Mind”
Published January 31, 2019 in Warp & Woof Staying Anchored and Marking Time The Meaning of Routines William Sundwick About two years ago, I wrote a post for Warp & Woof called “Celebrating Banality.” It was a defense of the banal, quotidian routines in life. They were contrasted with the relatively rare moments of exhilarationContinue reading “Staying Anchored and Marking Time”
Published August 3, 2017 in Warp & Woof When It All Comes to an End … Grandfatherly Affection for a Very Young Grandchild William Sundwick I’ve read much about the pros and cons of a late start raising a family. Often, these pieces are aimed at young women, with the best of intentions. There areContinue reading “When It All Comes to an End”
Not sure about these guys … but, good footnote to “Intimations of Mortality?” post last week!
Published June 26, 2017 in Warp & Woof Intimations of Mortality? Random Thoughts on Approaching 70th Birthday William Sundwick It occurred to me recently. I hadn’t thought too much about it until now … I’m going to turn 70! In my universe, that’s not even middle-aged any more. People have written that the boomer generationContinue reading “Intimations of Mortality?”