These are the humble musings of an adopted New Englander, advertising agency-lifer, avid two-wheeler (human-powered and machine), reader of newspapers, and occasional writer of kids books.
I’m a Connecticut husband and dad obsessed with (in no specific order): my kids, Guided by Voices, Vespas, John Barth, John Coltrane, modern medicine, vintage farmhouses, my wife Emily, the city of Weimar, BMW Airheads, doing the New York Times crossword, catching bluefish, Vermont, Maine, Canada, Utah, cornbread, ADV-riding, Yamaha Super Ténérés, Peggy Noonan, David Brooks, copper beeches, Apple, surfing, Cape Hatteras, the East Village, the science of pie-making, VW GTIs, the late Maurice Sendak, good boots, quality hand tools, taking stuff apart, and putting things back together.
(There’s always an odd screw left over, but it never seems to hurt.)
Father of three, husband of one, and accruer of blessings too many to count.
Hope you enjoy my writes and rides.