Yet another perspective into how our Past may help portray what's in our future... A few hours ago, Cousin Lyle posted publicly on FB: We are going through a period of adjustment. Wage stagnation for most seems unending. Technology and automation and global trade and labor competition have labor on the ropes. Governmental policy can help, … Continue reading Back to the Future–Really?
THANKFUL THURSDAY...PART 2 King George County, Port Royal, Virginia We are picking up from Part 1 of this post, dated January 30, 2013, in King George County, Virginia, meandering toward our final destination the Centre Hill Mansion Museum to do the annual January 24th Ghost Walk through the house originally built by Colonel Robert Bolling … Continue reading Railroaded in Colonial Virginia…
If you have read more than one of my posts, by now you know that I love to read, explore, and learn on my own from others--those who came before me and those living, who I may or may not personally know. Over the past several months especially, I have been following those people/blogs who … Continue reading “Rare Gems of Human Knowledge”
Reflecting Upon Everyday Moments that became Precious and Often Indelible Memories April 15, 2013--marked the 117th running of the Boston Marathon, the world's oldest annual marathon. The popular event is held annually on Patriots' Day, to commemorate the 1775 battles of Lexington and Concord that kicked off the American Revolutionary War (1775-1783). Events in Boston … Continue reading Patriots Day, Boston 2013: Another Indelible Memory
What's Behind My Passions and Sometimes Obsessions? This blog is to help my families better understand who I was, what I did, and where my passion came from during my professional career--it was the people, the challenges and opportunities to be creative and grow as a person and a professional with a true dedication and … Continue reading Behind My Passion