Frozen fog and rime time in Wisconsin

Frozen fog and rime time in Wisconsin

Until Green Bay meteorologist, Justin Steinbrinck first mentioned it a three days ago, I had never heard of ice fog and I've lived through 57 winters. It sounded kind of cool to me, though, like something Jack Frost would dance through, or Alfred Hitchock would produce outside a dimly lit rear windows. Turns out, it's [...]

I followed the sun

I followed the sun

I walked away from a storm yesterday, and rediscovered the light. Having suffered through the Commission of Presidential Debate's showing of Three Angry Men Tuesday night, following by a private screening of The Social Dilemma Wednesday night, I was feeling a little pessimistic about humanity. With Appleton's COVID-19 hospitalization rate spiking, I had planned to [...]

International Day of Peace

International Day of Peace

Sr. Winifred wasn't the nicest teacher I've ever had. She booted my 10-year old self from piano lessons permanently because she said I wasn't practicing enough, which I found terribly insulting (even if it was true). But, she taught me and my hooligan classmates to sing a simple round that sounded so beautiful when we [...]