We’re always thinking roses

We left our roses in the yard of The Little Bitty in the Syracuse city neighborhood of Eastwood when we departed for the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville in October. My dear wife Karen will not allow the grounds of A Bitty Better to remain rose-less. Of that I am certain. So I made sure to…

First lunch down by the lake is pretty darn early

Mark it down. I picked my lunch bag up from under my desk yesterday and walked the two blocks down from my job at Liverpool Public Library. And it was good on the sunny noontime of Monday, April 10, 2017. Many folks were enjoying the spring day, with the sun shining and temperature well into…

Thinking about the bikes of my past

The folks I work with at the Liverpool Public Library already are talking about National Bike to Work Day. It’s next month. Friday, May 19, to be precise. Because our library has a pretty nice bike rack out front in the warm months and has acquired a new Book Bike Cart to better serve the…

The flag still flies …

Walking around the Liverpool Public Library to survey the effects of Storm Stella last sweep, my breath escaped my chest when my eyes hit upon our American Flag. Something’s not quite right, I thought from afar. It was still flying high. It still looked proud. But a walk closer confirmed my suspicion. The winds had…