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I took an unplanned hiatus. At some point in the late winter and early spring, I stopped riding the bus and I started being busy with the house. I haven’t had a chance to sit down and sort out my thoughts. Now, I have a moment, as I wait for Ellie to wake up and we can get ready for a wedding in the Minneapolis area. I don’t think the work that comes with owning a home has dipped into my time as much as Continue reading →

Running Fool, Again

In high school, I used to be a decent runner. I wasn’t spectacular. I wasn’t on par with the runners who went on to compete in college but I was still decent. Middle distance was my jam. I ran the 800m and the 4x800m relay. I anchored. We won more often than not and if I was at home, I’d give you a medal count. I’d certainly have more to brag about than Sweden can with their 2012 London Olympics (seven as of writing). I Continue reading →

The future without a snooze button

I use this website to share my own story in the hopes, like many men before me, that I’ll be remembered. I don’t often use this space to share other people’s stories unless they are directly related to me. Today, I want you to read this story: How to Make a Clock Run for 10,000 Years. It’s such an interesting thought to make something that will outlive you and your children. Chances are that it would outlive your own lineage because it will be around Continue reading →