What’s Your Place?

I had a great discussion over dinner last night with some friends about the “place.” The one place that makes you feel most at home–the place that is the core of who you are. For one it was Prague, because that’s where she fell in love. For another it was Vienna because that’s where he was born and spent his formative years. For me, it might be Nashville or Geneva for two very different reasons. But the core of the ...

A Job Is A Ride

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Recently, we moved from Bethesda, MD (one side of Washington, DC) to the historic district of Old Town, Alexandria, VA (the other side of DC). My commute promptly went from 15 minutes to 45 minutes (on a very good day). But instead of driving past a few strip malls and office parks, every day on my commute down the George Washington Parkway I see planes taking off into the sunrise, the Washington Monument, the Jefferson & Lincoln Memorials, and when ...