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”
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Who Am I, and How Did I Get Here?
Published April 26, 2018 in Warp & Woof Who Am I, and How Did I Get Here? Rare Reflection on Origins and Motivation William Sundwick What is my earliest childhood memory? It’s hard to say. Experiences from early childhood can sometimes be counterfeit. But one that I identified years ago, when my parents were stillContinue reading “Who Am I, and How Did I Get Here?”
When It All Comes to an End
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”