Neighborhood Walks

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”

How Painful Can a 5-mile-per-hour Collision Be?

Published January 24, 2019 in Warp & Woof How Painful Can a 5-mile-per-hour Collision Be? Wrestling with GEICO and Koons Body Shop William Sundwick This is a No Good Deed Goes Unpunished (NGDGU) story. One sunny, thoroughly pleasant, Sunday afternoon in October, near the end of the fall election campaign, I was eager to getContinue reading “How Painful Can a 5-mile-per-hour Collision Be?”


Published January 18, 2019 in Warp & Woof Panjshir A Neighborhood Restaurant for Afghan Comfort Food William Sundwick Panjshir, a Falls Church eatery since 1985, moved to a new strip mall on the other side of the Little City in 2016. It’s now located even closer to my North Arlington neighborhood. And, neighborhood restaurant itContinue reading “Panjshir”

Grocery Angst

Published July 26, 2018 in Warp & Woof   Grocery Angst   Choosing Where to Shop in Opposite of “Food Desert”     William Sundwick   Retail food shopping is very competitive  in many places these days. If you have access to a car and live inside the beltway in Northern Virginia like I do,Continue reading “Grocery Angst”