Category Archives: Grandchildren

Sometimes “S___ Happens” to Good People

Some relatively recent events and articles that got me thinking: one set of parents wants to sue Sandy Hook Elementary; the suicide of internet activist Aaron Swartz; an article in the 1/15/13, Wall Street Journal, “I Have to Swim Against … Continue reading

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Wealth Redistribution – Part II: What is Fair?

If this is your first visit to the blogsite, please see the Welcome above. How much is too much? The “Fiscal Cliff” has been averted.  (Another “crisis” essentially fabricated by the media to sell papers)  No surprise there.  Neither party … Continue reading

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Can Coddled Kids Grow Up Strong? Part II

If this is your fist visit to the website, please see the Welcome, above. My previous blog centered around a specific (minor) event.  A lady’s Letter to the Editor expressed her disappointment that “adults took away a girl’s moment” when … Continue reading

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Can Coddled Kids Grow Up Strong? Part I

If this is your first visit to the website, please see the Welcome above. I was searching for a good topic to blog on this week, when my local paper’s Letters to the Editor delivered one to me.  A lady … Continue reading

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The Circle of Life

Our family just welcomed the newest addition: Logan Christopher, 7 lbs. 13 oz.  He was almost a “Leap Baby.”  Mom and baby are doing great.  Logan joins older brother Brycen as my second “bio” grandkid and joins a whole host … Continue reading

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The Simple Case for National Health Care

Health care is one of the most important issues facing America today, and we can expect much debate and change before the final solution. We had a form of national health care before the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act … Continue reading

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Q – 5 adults + 5 kids under 7 + 1 Cabin = ? A – The Richness of Family

If this is your first visit to the website, please see the Welcome above. I just returned after spending a few days at my cabin in the mountains with 20+ family and future family members.  My oldest daughter and her … Continue reading

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