Prior to our sons’ paternal grandfather passing last month (my wife’s former father-in-law), there was a birthday party for a … More
I imagine many my age have raised children from newborns, and seen them grow, mature and in turn, raise their … More
In 2018, I became a grandfather, by proxy, for the first time. While not contributing any DNA, I nevertheless have … More
A recent post of one of my blogging buddies, Kairos, featured an interview with Rabbi Abraham Twerski, on how a … More
I’ve been fortunate for seventeen years to be a dad for three boys who are now men, and a daughter-in-law … More
Two centuries ago, a half-million children of the majority poor and working class in Ireland never went to what we … More
Communicating with others is part of my DNA. Two hundred fifty-eight years ago, my maternal ancestor, James Blaw, was born in a small town on the eastern coast of Scotland.