Jen is the Godmother of Jack, ½ of the twins Jack and Grant, 6-month old sons of our friends, Nix and Rich. Jen was honored to be asked, even though neither of us understood what it meant or what she had … Continue reading
Captain Lawrence Kortright was a privateer and, later, a captain in the British Army during the American Revolutionary War. He was quite wealthy until the Americans confiscated his fortune, so he probably wasn’t a Yankees fan. His diminutive, lovely daughter Elizabeth … Continue reading
Just doing my part to kick the office party up a notch. I’m a danger to myself and others. Tomorrow: Life with Captain Dad.
One Saturday night in May 2012, we noticed that our cat’s inner ears were yellow. An emergency trip to the vet that night, doctors’ calls the next week, an ultrasound, aspiration and then removal of the spleen, all provided enough … Continue reading
I think Lori will succeed. She’s got so much drive and plenty of talent. Just needs a little bit of luck. Speaking of luck, my dishwasher is back in action, despite my “fixing” it. Screaming, “MASTER SPLINTER!” in the last … Continue reading
Let’s start at the very beginning: Monday. This one was a quiet vacation day that spawned this website. The McDonalds trip turned out to be helpful in the weekly office meeting the next day when I used it as an … Continue reading
I’ve thrown this little oldie on every iteration of Glimbit. It was inspired by an interview I saw on Good Morning America where these two marine biologists interrupted each other and nervously giggled on TV. Oh, while swimming with sharks. … Continue reading