Blog Posts

  • Quick Run—it’s the AARP October 31, 2018 I never disliked the AARP, in fact of the many organizations and associations that look after their members in Washington, actually I think they are one of the best. They genuinely have the interests of seniors in mind from lobbying against legislation that most dumb ass legislators want and will hurt their constituents to providing ...
  • Escaping the Confines of Reason, But Not Abandoning the Dream October 25, 2018 Have you ever wondered what it would be like to own a restaurant? Not a burger joint, but a talked-about, place-to-be-seen kind of place with witty patrons, innovative cuisine, and glittering ambience? Sure, you have. But, because you are a stable, rational person, you quickly abandoned this silly daydream.
   I have written a book about someone ...

I was born in London, England, and with successive moves traveled to Belgium, Italy, Brazil, Miami, Washington, DC, New York, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, São Paulo, Brazil, and back to Salt Lake City. And those were just not visits—they were actual moves to places that I lived and experienced. My father was in the airline business, and so my stories revolved around the love of travel and adventure that he imparted to me.

I have traveled full circle now since the beginning of this book and am back once again in Salt Lake City, Utah. I live here with my beautiful eye-surgeon wife as my grown children live on both coasts, but I now do have three daughters living with us—Sanders, Anna, and Mimi. All three rescue cats and all demanding in their unique and furry way. Now, as I pass a restaurant and reconsider the idea of trying the business again, Lucia kindly dashes that dumb idea by reminding me how many attorneys she knows.