Borrowing from our Children

Up until the industrial revolution, the pace of change in the world had been fairly sedate.  Since then and in particular since the end of World War II this pace accelerated and continues to accelerate. I think upon the lifetime of Hazel, born at a time of horse and buggy and corsets; when Banjo PattersonContinue reading “Borrowing from our Children”

Summertime

Saturday was a wonderful balmy evening here and we had all the family around for a relaxed pizza dinner.  We enjoyed being able to sit outside chatting and laughing without the usual January high temperatures.  The night sky was very clear so the telescope came out to peer at the sliver of the moon and theContinue reading “Summertime”