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.

Lucky’s current sleepover

Stewart was quite happy to see his canine cousin, Lucky who is having a sleepover with us tonight while his human parents have an overnight stay in Milwaukee. Lucky was at the ‘Barking Lot’ while we were meeting friends at … Continue reading

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1984 à la Deerfield

Yes, 1984, the name of a book I read, way back when. Big Brother is attempting to see my every move, or more importantly, annoy me by looking as if he is doing so. Malbor spent a pretty quiet winter, … Continue reading

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The Beautiful Mystery by Louise Penny

Damn Louise Penny! I have a bunch of books I am dying to read and yet now I have to read the 9th book in the Inspector Gamache Series of Louise Penny. I fear that I have no choice. This … Continue reading

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Millennials and…

I have realized why I find it hard to remember the nickname of any generation but my own. I am a Baby Boomer, from the generation immediately following the end of World War II. Here is what I found on … Continue reading

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Orchids

I guess my plan to put all the orchids outside last summer was worth it. As it turns out, I hardly had to water them as they seemed to get most of their moisture from the air. They were no … Continue reading

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