Note: Bug Bytes are simple snippets, quick thoughts. Thanks for reading. I have a problem around home decorating. Namely, I obsess about every little object in my house. In the evenings, while I’m
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It was over eight years ago that Paul Mundy of Easthampton, Massachusetts, called me to ask if I would help him create a book in memory of his late wife. He had written a series of poems about her and
Note: Bug Bytes are simple snippets, quick thoughts. Thanks for reading. I resisted the Keurig craze when the machines were new and popular. I thought the one-serving pod system was overpriced,
I’ve known John Stifler for many years. We both wrote for the Daily Hampshire Gazette in the late 1980s. I was in John’s creative writing workshop several decades ago. We were neighbors for a time,
When I’m working out in the mornings, I have thoughts that make me laugh out loud and thoughts that make me cry. I do my deepest thinking and feeling at this time of day. I often think about
My phone has taken on a new role. I’ve appointed it my security advisor while I’m driving. It may literally save me—and others—from myself.