Author Archives: Boomer Bill

A passing, close to me

This summer, and over the past few years in fact. I’m reminded with a louder voice of our finite span as one of the living. Lots to consider. Always has been. One thing many of us leave befind is sadness … Continue reading

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Whoops, and Again…

Updates. It’s been a while since I’ve posted.  Thanks for checking in.  The site went poo poo last fall, 2021 when, I’m told, unapproved comments were posted and screwed up the site.  Being a public posting these days means exposure … Continue reading

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2020? I Can See Clearly Now.

2020 draws to an end.  We are all weary and eager to return to a “normal” that was unappreciated at the time.  Great lessons here. Time “in place” has enabled some healthy reflection and, for me, a feeling of gratitude … Continue reading

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Ireland 2004 (another back-in-the-day mini-memoir)

In 2004 working at the World Resources Institute, loving my job, I’d accumulated a lot of leave time.  Traditionally in August most of the senior execs in Washington were in Martha’s Vineyard which was a kind of a jr. vacation … Continue reading

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