Some good friends, Emily and Ross Jones, invited us to dinner. Our family ties with them go way, way back. They’re activist donors, and they wanted us to meet Diana Mao of The Nomi Network. It was a fun dinner, and we will be giving to Diana’s cause. First up, Diana is a high-energy and
On Saturday morning, I went to a discussion forum. It was at the HQ of MassWildlife, the agency responsible for caring for our trout waters. They had a series of presentations, all of which were fascinating. One speaker focused on climate change. She reported that 30% of coldwater fisheries already have been lost, and, by
For Date Night, Mrs. T. and I went to see the documentary about James Baldwin. It’s very good. No wonder it has been nominated for an Oscar. We left the theater in silence and didn’t talk for a while during the drive back. It is a movie that requires a lot of post-viewing processing time.
I yesterday wanted to post something about MLK, Jr. I wanted to find something that inspired me, but I didn’t until this morning. So, here it is: Find your blueprint and follow it A video posted by Tom Brady (@tombrady) on Jan 16, 2017 at 2:08pm PST
On my way to work the other day, I listened to a podcast from TED Radio Hour, called “Giving It Away.” One of the speakers was Ron Finley. Intrigued, I watched his TED Talk (up top, or click here). It is riveting. Finley lives in an area that has a lack of healthy food options.
My best wishes to everyone for a safe and restorative holiday weekend. At our home, we divided up the cooking responsibilities, and everyone pitched in. I’m grateful that Mrs. T. cooked the turkey, which came out great. Her father and stepmother came over. It was a relaxing day. All the downtime gave me time to read Trevor