The voters of Maine need Ranked Choice Voting to give them more voice in future elections. Here’s a brief exploration of Question 1, to be decided by all voters on the June 12 ballot.
Meeting Henry and Margaret for the first time (though they didn’t meet us till later), and an often-overlooked fabulous breakfast dish: shirred (or baked) eggs.
Sticking my political neck out this week – in unabashed support of Zak Ringelstein for U.S. Senate, and Jonathan Fulford for House of Representatives from Maine’s 2nd congressional district. Both have a tough slog in the months ahead to beat the odds… but they’re on their way.
Is Maine secession a possibility? As in, joining Canada? Fun to play with the idea… also a collective child’s memory of Christmas from the 1950s… (repost)
A quick look at quantum entanglement, as un-geeky as I can make it, and how life in Maine seems to reflect – and refract – similar concepts and effects. I finally got tired of canning enough to write this…
Spend enough time canning green beans your mind can wander… back to an old friend’s very strange experience and her attempt to recover memory of it.
Too many school kids in Knox County – and especially Rockland -go hungry over the weekends. We can fix it. Introducing Adopt a Backpack for Knox County, with a goal to feed 200 “food insecure” lower and middle school kids in Rockland over the weekends in the upcoming school year.
Maine has had no new Powassan cases since Lyn Snow’s death in 2013. But several sources say the virus is on the increase: as many as 4% of deer ticks may be carrying this extremely dangerous pathogen.
When talk is cheap, silence adds value… thoughts on how silence is essential to a life well-lived.
What were all those weird contrails doing over us Friday, April 25? I dug into a bit, and came up with… well, it’s worth taking a look.