All You Have to Do

My 3-year old daughter and I were sitting in the back room of the old Omelettry waiting for our breakfast plates when she asked if I would like her to teach me how to draw a horse. “Absolutely!” spilled off my tongue and she went to work, simultaneously grabbing a crayon from the four-pack on … Continue reading All You Have to Do

What would you do with your time if you didn’t need to work?

This question came up for me during a recent therapy session. (Being married to a couples therapist requires openness to regular couples therapy and to introspection I might otherwise avoid.) What would I do with my time if I didn't need to work? I like to think of myself as a creative person with many … Continue reading What would you do with your time if you didn’t need to work?

This obscure Texas race has huge climate implications

The Texas Railroad Commission has not regulated railroads since 2005. Instead the RRC regulates the Texas fossil fuel industry, and for 25 years it has been dominated by Republicans. This November, we can change that. The New Republic called the race for Texas Railroad Commission “the country’s most important climate election” of this cycle. We … Continue reading This obscure Texas race has huge climate implications