1. Boys of summer are now the boys of fall… Filtered by rain through the car windshield.

    Boys of summer are now the boys of fall… Filtered by rain through the car windshield.

  2. In thinking about love and loss recently, this was especially poignant to watch. 

  3. True fact. (at Folino’s Pizza)

    True fact. (at Folino’s Pizza)

  4. Fifty years married. My parent’s friends have been married for 50 years. My parents have been married for over 54 years. It’s impressive on both counts. To celebrate the milestone, the Carlsons (who I have known my entire life) decided to visit 50 friends across the US this summer. They are well beyond that goal, now. What a great way to spend time together - and spend time with others who have supported you as a couple for some or all of those 50.
I was lucky to visit with them for an hour today when they arrived in Vermont. Picture by Colin… the fuzziness just adds texture. 

    Fifty years married. My parent’s friends have been married for 50 years. My parents have been married for over 54 years. It’s impressive on both counts. To celebrate the milestone, the Carlsons (who I have known my entire life) decided to visit 50 friends across the US this summer. They are well beyond that goal, now. What a great way to spend time together - and spend time with others who have supported you as a couple for some or all of those 50.

    I was lucky to visit with them for an hour today when they arrived in Vermont. Picture by Colin… the fuzziness just adds texture. 

  5. If you want to have time to innovate or create (or really do anything else) you need to make the time to do that. That means that you often have to give something else up, or make time by choosing not to do something else.
    Paraphrased from a conversation with Rich Nadworny from earlier today. He said it MUCH more eloquently than I have captured. Wise words that I need to take to heart.
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