Recommended reading

As we head into Christmas, here’s a smattering of blog posts I enjoyed this week from all around the ‘Net.

Denny Gibson took a holiday historic-home tour in Dayton, anchored by a neighborhood brewpub. Even though I gave up beer a few years ago, I’d love to live in a neighborhood so anchored. Read The Brewery’s Neighborhood

I don’t know if I’d call myself old yet — I’m firmly on the backside of middle age — but I do agree with Jaye Watson: getting old is a good gig. Read 7 Awesome Things About Getting Old

Even if you don’t remember character-actor Fritz Feld, best known for a popping sound he made, you’ll enjoy Mark Evanier‘s story about the times he met him and got him to make his signature sound. Read How To Be Pop!-ular

Johanna Rothman lives with chronic vertigo. She finds walking downhill to be challenging; she has to plan carefully. She finds that it’s like downhill skiing — she has to look for the “fall lines,” the best way down. She finds life is much like that, too. She explains. Read Where Are Your Fall Lines?

Last updated on 5 March 2020 by Jim Grey


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