On Stage

Some folks get their thrills doing things like skydiving or cliff jumping. For others, it’s hard-won turns from skinning up and skiing down our local backcountry terrain. But whether it’s square dancing, poker, halfpipe or quarter horses, most of us need some kind of stimuli beyond our daily here-and-now. Other than skiing – which I […]

Who’s watching the kids?

Just a few days ago, I learned my oldest niece is pregnant with her first child. It was her husband who shared with me the happy news, and after I congratulated him I couldn’t help but reflect on the mixture of joy and challenge that comes with parenting. Kids, of course, change our lives in […]