Pennsylvania is the sixth most populous U.S. state at over 12 1/2 million people, but the 33th in total size at 46,000 square miles. This shakes down to the 11th most densely populated state (top 10th if you take D.C. out of the equation). And yet it never ceases to amaze me how many […]
A few weekends ago, the guys headed down to Philly for a concert- Isaac’s first- Mastodon, Opeth, Gojira, and Eagles of Death Metal (like father, like son). The girls and I decided we do Philly in our own way a bit later and that happened this past weekend. Shoshana wanted to go to the Philadelphia […]
One of these days weeks months years, I’ll find a good work life balance.
Today is National Learn About Butterflies Day! My public school education meant that we learned a lot about the butterfly life cycle in science classes. But what about monarch butterfly migration? I don’t remember much about that, so my memory failed me, or we simply didn’t learn it. Which lead me to an interesting experience […]
I’ve always been active. I think it’s from growing up during the 1970s and 80s when kids were pretty much on our own riding our bikes or walking to our friends. We played. A lot. Even in middle school, I loved to walk, usually walk and talk with my friends. Later, it was tennis and […]