Teaching English to children in China has given me a new lease on life at age 74. It is wonderful to be able to connect with students while sitting at my desk at home.
Our experience with international adoption was extremely positive. It brought us a marvelous daughter. It is not always an easy process and requires patience and perseverance.
Reflections on my experience with Alzheimer's disease in my family. My father lived for a dozen years with this disease, although it was undiagnosed until his autopsy.
There are many ways to enjoy bicycling in New York City. It is a wonderful way to explore the area and get a little exercise at the same time. Consider a ride from Harlem to Governor's Island!
The Amtrak Auto Train from Florida to Virginia is a very pleasant alternative to driving as it will save you 900 of stress on I-95!
Joys and sadness of Easter in the late 19th century as recalled by my uncle Charles Copeland Burg (1889-1961).
My great uncle Copeland Charles Burg wrote stories about his life in Livingston, Montana in the early 20th century. I would like to share one of his stories.
My grandchildren live far away in Asia. When they visit, it is a very special time. Writing poems about their activities helps me remember good times. These memories are from their visit in 2015.
In March 2017 we camped in Yingde, a historical city in the north of Guangdong Province, China. The city is on the Beijiang River, a tributary of the Pearl River. Wonderful for camping and hiking!