Trust Me

I’m not a fan of lockdowns/social restrictions, although I understand the arguments made for them, and the obvious necessity for implementing them at a time of crisis. In February/March 2020, we could see the Chinese health system collapsing from a new virus and shortly after that the Italian army started carting away dead bodies by … Continue reading Trust Me

New Orleans

We travel to experience, to taste, to smell, to touch, to hear, to breathe and to live something new, something exotic, something exciting. That we travel means we are but passing through. So we convert all those sensory pleasures into memories that last a lifetime. Or until Alzheimer's comes calling. I made plenty of memories … Continue reading New Orleans


One begins to tire as one approaches the finish line. I’m feeling tired in general as we approach the end of the year. Crossing the Atlantic and moving into a different time zone screwed around with my body clock far more this time than it normally does. And it is normally a bit of a … Continue reading November