I’m driving to meet the boy and I catch a whiff of my glove on the seat next to me which is still oiled and leathery and my feelings start to travel.
By Peter Lederman I am finding it sadly hard to let go; say good-bye to my toaster oven. A friend in every way for over 20 years: dependable, creative, loyal, smart and never asked for much. Came into my life quietly, no flashy come on, not even purchased at a great value in a dire
There’s times when your rational brain is quiet and images from your childhood, from fleeting instances…..
A shout-out to our Science Teacher, Ed McGee and how he was able to promote and construct vegetable garden at the school so that children would learn where their food came from.
During this Covid pandemic, Peter adjusts to having his daughter’s family (who lives in California) stay with him and how, while having to make adjustments to his and Linda’s routine, he would do it all again with pleasure.
You would have thought with the revival of most professional sports (even in a spectatorless Covid-adapted manner) that I, as a major fan and sports watcher, would have been thrilled and delighted after so many months of nothing. But nah.