I ENJOY THROWING my browsers back to Flickr to see what I was doing a decade or more ago. In late July, less than two months before the arrival of our first born, I was helping Ruth lay tile in a toilet.
NOTHING HAPPENS in the real world without a viable back channel and one of the most robust back channels I have is powered by Google Hangouts. Last night, I attended and recorded an hour-long Google Hangout with several other podcasters who use Anchor. 
EVERY WEEKEND, I create a short audio clip concerning something about the four goldfish that we have in our home. The recording is part of an eclectic mix of voices online at Wave Radio and I've put details about the show below the break in this blog post.
I HAVE A SOFT SPOT in my heart for hands-on sessions involving coffee and that special feeling redoubles when I get the opportunity to make my own coffee. It's even more special when I can share the moment with a network of readers and listeners.
According to my surgeon, only 10 percent of pancreatic cancer patients are eligible for surgery. Had I not been one of them, there would have been, essentially, no useful treatment.
Following surgery, it was a week before the pathology report on the bits and pieces taken from my body was ready. In words you and I can understand, here is what it said, the short version:
The mass in my pancreas was positive for pancreatic adenocarcinoma – pancreatic cancer to you and me.
Gaining strength while reading Ronni's heartfelt commentary.