Count Each Day

Count Each Day

There was something notably different about the gravestones in the Myer Homestead cemetery than the markers seen in so many other burial places. Established in 1759, the cemetery — with both aging headstones and freshly turned dirt — serves as the final resting place...
All Who Are Hungry, Come and Eat

All Who Are Hungry, Come and Eat

My wife and I may be the only family to have designed a home around two consecutive nights each year. We have always taken seriously the declaration of the Passover seder – all who are hungry, come and eat; all who need to do so, come and partake of the Passover...
The Last Thing You Want to Do

The Last Thing You Want to Do

I love listening to “This American Life,” just like a lot of America. It may not be the original podcast, but when the term “podcast” was invented, the radio show was already one. I have my favorite episodes – the telephone booth on a cliff in Japan where people call...