Pursuing Your Mission with Passion

Pursuing Your Mission with Passion

My husband, Larry, writes this month’s blog. He served as a surface warfare officer in two guided missile destroyers, a guided missile cruiser, and a fleet frigate. Ashore he served in Naval Intelligence in Japan, on the Chief of Naval Operations’ staff in the Pentagon, with the Defense Nuclear Agency in Hawaii and Albuquerque, and as the first commanding officer of

New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions

Is it too late for a New Year’s resolution? My to-do list for the end of last year was so long that it spilled over into the new year. Add another activity to

Memory: The Passage from Pain to Power

Memory: The Passage from Pain to Power

Memory: a powerful tool in our arsenal of learning instruments but also our own personal reporter which keeps us grounded by recording critical information about

A Prisoner of Prose

A Prisoner of Prose

As Winston Churchill said, “Writing a book is an adventure. To begin with it is a toy, an amusement; then it becomes a mistress, and then a master and then a tyrant. And just before you are reconciled to your fate