Tomorrow is “Super Tuesday” and millions of Americans will be going to the polls. I should be excited about it. But I’m not. In fact, I’m ready for it to be over. Why? Continue reading
California has been under siege since Sunday from wildfires. We’ve had an incredibly dry spell the past two years, with literally only a couple inches falling each of the past two seasons. Couple that with our annual Santa Ana winds and you’ve got a perfect recipe for disaster. Continue reading
Tomorrow is election day around the country. In California our ballot borders on the riduclous. The election guide for ballot measures alone was 191 pages long. 191 pages! That’s a travesty on multiple levels. Continue reading
We were taking a relaxing walk in the canyon across the street (O’Neill Regional Park) Saturday night when we spotted a snake slithering through the bushes.
Being the fine father that I am I wanted to responsibly show my children the beauty of nature. I remember thinking about It being important to teach them to appreciate wildlife…
I had an absolutely ridiculous stretch of traveling last week, nearly 7500 miles in 7 days. Check it out:
Sun: Orange County to Chicago (2000 miles)
Mon: Chicago to Orange County (2000 miles)
Wed: Orange County to Seattle (1100 miles), Seattle to Vancouver (140 miles)
Fri: Vancouver to Vancouver (don’t ask), Vancouver to Salt Lake (950 miles), Salt Lake to Orange County (700 miles)
Sat: Orange County to Las Vegas (275 miles)
Sun: Las Vegas to Orange County (275 miles)
“May you be inscribed and sealed for a good year.”
We just finished celebrating Rosh Hashana, the beginning of the Jewish New Year. It is a happy celebration, with lots of focus on family and lots of reflection on the past year and the year to come. Marla made a yummy honey cake last night that I’m looking forward to digging into tonight!
Congratulations to my brother, Paul, and his beautiful bride, Jessica, on the birth of their daughter Bailey Elizabeth Northcutt.
She was born just one day after Henry was supposed to arrive. Gran and Grandpaw Northcutt would have been in real trouble had he come on time. What to do when you have two new grandchildren thousands of miles apart?