How My Daughter Succeeded Where Marie Kondo Failed

I’m a dinosaur.  In this age of smart phones and online dictionaries, I own two physical dictionaries.  You know, dictionaries.  Big, heavy books filled with definitions. About as up-to-date as telephones that plug into the wall, sit on a shelf and stay inside when you leave the house. I have carted them across the United… Continue reading How My Daughter Succeeded Where Marie Kondo Failed

Dad 2.0

My daughter says my stories seem fake because my characters don’t use cell phones.  There’s no email either, I tell her. Nor Insta, TikTok, or Twitter. She rolls her eyes and says, Cell phones are mandatory, Dad. Man-da-tory. Maybe she’s right. She’s 17 after all.  I tell her, I think technology peaked with the invention… Continue reading Dad 2.0