I took an UberX from the airport last week, and my driver was awesome. He was from Georgia, the country that straddles Europe and Asia and which used to be part of the Soviet Union. I asked the driver, Irakli, if he missed Georgia. He said he didn’t, except for the food. Soon, we started
Twitter is like a digital Id. You get everything, unfiltered and all the time: the pedantic, zany, funny, and reprehensible. Occasionally, you’ll find something completely moving and deep. Here is one, in Ben Sprecher’s Tweet below. I encourage you to read the NYT article in the link (or, click here). It is about heroism of
It has been a dream since childhood to go to the Super Bowl. So, this past weekend in Atlanta was a milestone event for me. I awoke before dawn the day of the flight, as I was very excited. Most people at the gate wore their Patriots gear, and one family went all-out. I’ve never
Sometimes, you just get lucky. Our family is a huge fan of Vietnamese food: the clean flavors, the fresh vegetables and herbs, and the silky and sweet Vietnamese-style iced coffee. When the Atrium Mall closed and took with it our favorite Vietnamese restaurant, there’s been a gap in our dining itineraries ever since. There certainly
I haven’t blogged in a few weeks because, well, not much has happened since the holidays. Our older kids are back in college, work has resumed, and day-to-day life is back in force. I miss the holidays, but it has been good to be productive at work and to get back into a daily rhythm.
One of the benefits of a Plan B Christmas? A food tour, while Mrs. T. and our daughter napped during the day. And, a different Christmas Dinner. More below. On Christmas Eve, I headed to my favorite pizza place, Max and Leo’s. They have a coal-fired oven that cooks thin pizzas in just a few