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.

Stick Fly at Writers Theatre

Sometimes birthday gifts are particularly special and the gift of Stick Fly at Writers Theatre was a great choice. One of our wonderful ‘daughters’ contacted me about a month or so ago and asked what we were doing on February … Continue reading

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Doggy Sleepover

For some reason, we have not managed to get Stewart and Lincoln together for a long time. They met as puppies but haven’t gotten together much since. It should be a no brainer since we have a fenced in back … Continue reading

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Colder weather

I guess they really knew what was happening when they said it was going to get cold and snow. For once, we actually got closer to what they promised snow-wise and well, the temperatures did plummet. I went outside and … Continue reading

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Dog Walking

There are all kinds of dogwalkers. They come in all shapes and sizes, much like the canines they are walking. I must say that most of them are younger than I am. I see some who saunter and I see … Continue reading

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Öreg (Old man)

Öreg! I recall hearing my Uncle Joe say that to my grandfather, his father. I remember the disdain in his voice, something that would be barely obvious to anyone but me or to a close family member. I remember disliking … Continue reading

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