Monthly Archives: May 2012

“disarm the settlers…the club is open.”

Shortly after posting last week’s blog introduction, I realized that by defining the site as an exploration of ageing, I had entered a topical climate in which cliches swarm, thrive, and reproduce.  It was like making plans to drive across Canada without thinking to bring along mosquito repellent. No.  It  was worse than that; travelers […]

“some may say this might be your last farewell ride.”

A week after my 53’d birthday, I confirmed that my partner of 10 years, a younger guy, had become involved with a woman his own age.  Memory over-dubbed most of the dialogue from the grizzly showdown scene, but one comment burrowed deep into my head and has been stuck on infinite loop ever since.   […]