It started out as a typical early September Saturday in Durham, NC back in ’66, bright and sunny, still more like summer than fall. By all rights, it should have been an uneventful day, not worth remembering at all. But as luck and a non-medicated, prototypical ADHD 15-year-old mind would have it, it became one … Continue reading The “Borrowed” Mercedes
It’s been many moons since I was a 5-year old, but there are some memories, whole and fragments, that seemed to be carved in stone. Such is the case regarding my “abandonment” by my mom. Before any of my relatives get riled up and jump to the wrong conclusion, just hear the story out. The … Continue reading Abandoned?
Reflections on “When Breath Becomes air” by Paul Kalanithi By Bob Steele December 25, 2016 I have read many books in my lifetime, likely several thousand, but this is one of the rare ones. It is a profound, beautifully written book that reached out and touched me on many levels. It triggered deep reflection about … Continue reading Reflections on “When Breath Becomes air”
Welcome and thanks for stopping by! Please do so from time to time as I will be adding content of one kind or another on a weekly, if not daily, basis. I would love to hear your thoughts/comments and suggestions. Like all fledgling authors, the primary purpose of this site is to provide snippets from … Continue reading Wit and Wisdom(?)