Author Archives: Richard Koerner

About Richard Koerner

Sixty something, father, papi, educator, organizer, Francophile, traveler, amateur photographer, gardener, cyclist, kayaker, calligrapher, cinephile, reader, and overall renaissance type human being.

Snow!

Snow is not necessarily unexpected in November, but it generally does not stay and last as a normal part of the weather scene. So we were not all that shocked when the gray skies unleashed the snowflakes. Our granddaughter was … Continue reading

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Another cold day, maybe on the records!

The Meteorologists reported last night that we might hit an all time low temperature report today. I cannot believe how truly cold it is and the only good part is that the typical Chicago winds have not been active in … Continue reading

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The Cold Spell

November days are not generally super cold. Today when I went out with Stewie, it was only nineteen degrees. Luckily, it was a windless nineteen degrees. Lethargy is the word of the day. Yesterday, I got through the day on … Continue reading

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Control revisited

Bullies need control. They are inwardly cowards, unsure of themselves and decidedly insecure, causing them to use whatever assets they might have: strength and size, perhaps, and lord it over others. They are narcissistic and only think of themselves and … Continue reading

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Malbor and parking in front of his house

I have to admit that had the malbor not called the police on Stewie a few weeks ago, I might have allowed his presence to slide in my view to the point that I would not write about him. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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