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What is wrong with medicine?

June 13, 2018


Before I get started, let me say that I am very, very grateful to live in the Boston area, where I have access to world-class medical professionals. I never take good health for granted. That being said, a recent experience during my annual physical made me stop and think. I schedule the first appointment of […]

Why kayak into the wind

June 6, 2018


It’s kayaking season again and it is my favorite time of year. It is especially nice to go out on these early summer days before it gets too hot and humid. The only down side is that it can be quite windy. The other day was sunny and the temperature was a perfect 80 degrees. […]

What is going on here?

May 30, 2018


So Mr. Ken has a new hobby. Can you guess what it is??????

Do you believe in fairy tales?

May 23, 2018


I am in the final phase of my volunteer project and it is a sprint to the end. I work with amazing colleagues and we are all pulling together to create an awesome final product for our client. I sat down on Saturday to do some last minute work, but instead I got roped into […]

Just get out there and do it!

May 16, 2018


By now, most of you know that I injured my foot last December and had to have multiple foot surgeries in March. The surgeon just cleared me for resuming my regular activities – yay. I was looking forward to restarting my “pod” walks. These are guided cardio walks (from a MP3 player – hence the […]

Make way for ducklings

May 9, 2018


You may be familiar with the children’s book, “Make Way for Ducklings.” If not, this is a children’s book about a pair of mallard ducks who decide to raise their family on an island in a lagoon at the Boston Public Garden. This is the sculpture, capturing those cute ducklings. Every season, they sport new […]

Let it go

May 2, 2018

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This sounds a lot easier than it is. I am a person who likes to be in total control of my life. This started from a very young age and I was raised by very strict parents. My whole life was pretty much charted out for me: be a good student, get into a good […]