If you go back to my first Instagram posts, you’ll see that I have almost no eye for photography. Actually, you don’t really have to go back to see that. My latest pics are proof enough. But in the early days, I didn’t even know… Read More
North Carolina. My twenty-sixth state in the quest to #seeall50. East. The eastern half of the US, which I love. I would move here—anywhere on this side of the country—in a heartbeat. South Carolina. Because I have such an awesome sister-in-law. She found out NC… Read More
Do you know how many “to do list” apps there are in the App Store? Three thousand, four hundred and seven. That’s right. Do you know how many I need? One. Just one. And not even one with intense capabilities. I just need checklists, notes,… Read More
A few weeks ago, in his column for the New York Times, David Brooks mentioned his presidential election traditions: I have two presidential election traditions. I begin covering each campaign by reading a book about Abraham Lincoln, and I end each election night, usually after… Read More
Just a few pictures of my neighborhood at dusk.
Today is National Poem-In-Your-Pocket Day, and I’ve been considering all month what poem to keep in mine. It’s hard to not pick Nye’s “Making a Fist”–still my most favorite poem of all time, and lately a poem I find especially relevant as I hear so… Read More