Author Archives: Bill Engleson

Some Thoughts on Marjory Stoneman Douglas

On this Wednesday morning, I should have been elsewhere. On Hornby Island attending an all-day meeting. But I was captured by fear of a possible snow storm (it may still happen) and I went ahead and cancelled the meeting. Cowardly of me, I suppose. In any case, I have spent the morning listening to the […]

On the verge of the SHUTDOWN…

I am in a rambling mood this morning. Like some, I am still digesting the horror story that came out of Perris, California earlier this week. Although I occasionally opine on child protection matters, I am going to let this particular situation fester a bit more. So, how about that US Government shutdown that is […]

2018, Day 1…An entire year awaits…what to do…what to do.

Like many, I have considered the advisability of resolving to make some changes in the coming year. I have dabbled before in the wickedly complex art of resolution construction. A few have taken. Smoking! Gave that up in ’84. Only took about ten years of fuming failure. What else? Hmmm. Puns! I have often resolved […]

Some Incredibly Interesting End of the Year 2017 Thoughts…

It is approaching mid-December. I am running out of time to capture a few elusive thoughts for 2017. I recently drafted my first Christmas (Yes, I still call it Christmas) missive. Actually, I totally, unimaginatively, called it my Festivus Letter. But, truthfully, I am still held captive by the concept of Christmas. God knows why! […]