An excellent dinner with my son was made better by a man we may never see again. And my son understands better today why his mother and I enjoy engaging with people we’ve never met.
I’m sure there are many things my children will learn from their track and field experience, but here are the three that kept running through my brain over the weekend.
“Daddy, I’ve never seen you read a book before.” Last Sunday I read a “real” book for the first time in a long time. I don’t buy paper books anymore. This one was a hard cover version of Trust Me, I’m Lying that was sent to me to review. I sat in the leather chair […]
Every technology has both a positive and negative impact. I’ve been writing a lot about Technopoly in the past few months. In the last few days, the social media behaviors of teens in the wake of the alleged rape of a 16-year old girl in Steubenville, Ohio, have been exposed in the harsh light of […]
There is a new child living in our house. He looks exactly like the 7-year old who was living here before. He wears the same clothes and he sleeps in the same bed. But he’s not the same child. Not even close. He’s happier, funnier, more loving and more in contol. My wife wrote about […]