Mira and Her Big Brother

Published October 4, 2019 in Warp & Woof Mira and Her Big Brother Grandchildren in the World William Sundwick When they first come into the world, they have no idea what’s in store for them. And it will be a long time before they have much influence over it. They do, however, influence us, theirContinue reading “Mira and Her Big Brother”

Aging, Body and Mind

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”

Staying Anchored and Marking Time

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”