As I write this, my computer's taskbar displays today's date: 11/23/18. I remember with fondness that two years ago on November 21, we celebrated a milestone at Chez Bos: my lovely wife Maria, also known as the Bos Lady, turned 50 – a momentous occasion to be sure. Now here we are in 2018, and … Continue reading Dad, has it been 30 years already?
Memories of a dozen days in Nashville, TN: July 29 - August 9, 2018... Standing in the shadow of Nissan Stadium and looking across the Cumberland River at the Nashville skyline. In planning our holiday in Nashville, we saw so many pictures of the skyline, and now we were here seeing the real thing! Experiencing … Continue reading Twelve days in Nashville
I'll admit it, I have faults. Many of them; scores of 'em, likely. Idiosyncrasies and oddities, too. I have one in particular that I'd always assumed everyone had: the desire -- no, the necessity -- that everything a person moved had to be returned to the exact place and position it had owned prior to … Continue reading ESP. Squared.
The saying goes: nothing good happens after 1 a.m. Well, nothing really happens at all after 1 a.m. at Edmonton International Airport, where arrived for the first leg of our great adventure: the 1 a.m. flight from Edmonton to the Centre of the Universe, aka Toronto, We strolled to and fro through a largely deserted … Continue reading The Great Orlando Adventure 2018 Day 1: Travel Day
An update on a post I wrote back in 2011 about the original Walterdale Bridge. At that time, River City council approved a budget of $132 million to build a new, iconic Walterdale Bridge to replace the 1913 original that had come to the end of its lifespan. The new three-lane arch bridge was to … Continue reading Walterdale Bridge: Old is New Again
I hope to retire in nine years or less and if I can convince the Bos Lady, I know where we’ll put up our heels to enjoy a life without nine-to-fives. San Diego, California. Of course, retirement in this coastal city of bliss is wholly dependent on the survival of America, which is hardly a … Continue reading Ramping Up to Retirement