It's a bad sign when you're on a first name basis with the proprietor of your nearest UPS store. Why you ask? Because you are probably there dropping off online returns and you know what a hassle it can be.
Typically, when we write these articles, we emphasize what is going on personally. Like for most of us, there is not much going on. However, I did want to share my current life of virtual meetings as I know we are all doing right now.
Before the pandemic, I was under the impression that simple board games were a thing of the past. It appeared that we were moving at such a fast pace with technology and social media that all the previous ways that we used to entertain ourselves were beginning to fade away.
Recently, our eldest son Benjamin graduated "virtually" from Boston University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. This is a wonderful accomplishment for Ben and we are very proud of him. The mini-ceremony was conducted via Zoom. After some uplifting music, Dean Ellmore spent an hour keeping things Lively.
Last year, as my son, Lewis, was beginning his junior year of high school at Cherry Hill East, I decided to read all of his assigned English readings. This included stories that I had read previously such as The Great Gatsby and Death of a Salesman
Over the years, my wife, Suzanne, and I have been to see many types of music, from rock and pop to orchestra. Last winter, we discovered that we actually love jazz music and when I received an email from the restaurant South
I was at a birthday party when a guest, with whom I was chatting, told me he had to leave because he had to get up early the next day to ride his bike from Philadelphia to the Jersey shore as a way to raise funds for the American Cancer Society.
It was only my second or third time golfing, and the frustration was real. On May 6th, Mike and I attended a fundraiser at Laurel Creek Country Club in Mount Laurel, New Jersey to play in a charity golf outing for the Alzheimer’s Association of Southern New Jersey.
As some of you know, my wife, Jaimi, and I founded the Levy Castle Family Foundation in an effort to assist finding a cure for diabetes. Each of our sons, Jack and Sam, were both diagnosed with juvenile diabetes, Jack at age 3 and Sam at age 19.
Golfing is "fun". I wish I had some remarkable hole-in-one story to share or a story about getting stuck in a sand trap and hitting an amazing stroke. I can only report that my day of golf was mostly about getting some fresh air and having fun.