A century earlier, you might have found me with other story-tellers on the porch of the corner store. This blog is a porch for conversation, a place where I can share my best thinking—which usually occurs in the early morning. You’re invited to drop by whenever it’s convenient for you.

I chose the web address ted.today to make it easy for you and to encourage me to write something today–a brief thought or idea I believe is worth exploring. It may spring from an ancient quote or a recent conversation. I’ll share visuals, music, and resources that inspire me to grow.


“The Old Country Store” by Frank Hohenberger, 1953. From The Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

3 thoughts on “About”

  1. Just learned from Clarice about your blog and want to get on your list!! Still miss you two so very much!

    Lindys experience is indeed frightening.


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