Archive for November, 2012

My wife and I refer to 1986 as “The Year We Lost Our Minds.”  That was the year we both changed jobs, sold our house and moved, then changed jobs again, moved – and moved again, found new jobs and moved once more for good measure. At one point we were living in Pittsfield which, […]


So, it’s all over and after about ten million political commercials, 2,500 robocalls, and 500 pieces of political mail, we have a whole new government. Funny thing is, the new government looks a lot like the old government, only more gridlocked. But, I did learn a few things yesterday: * The voters of Massachusetts will […]