Month: April 2010

Earth Day 2010 and Planet Indy

Like so many people I wanted to do my part on the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. Since the weather forecast was not so rosy, I looked for another option and found Planet Indy: Gestalt Gardening with Felder Rushing. Irreverent, humorous and knowledgeable, Felder spoke of Horticulture versus Gardening and his gestalt approach to enjoying his own sacred place. Horticulture… Read More

The Landscape of My Childhood

By the age of seven, I had spent half of my life and most of what I remember up to that point abroad. In 1990, already working for General Motors for some time, my father was offered a three-year position at a plant in Luxembourg. My parents pondered the opportunity, accepted, and off we went! Because of the differences in… Read More

It’s now the size of the Bulldog in the “fight”…

Congratulations to the Butler Bulldogs for their successful season and NCAA tournament! The Bulldogs captured the hearts and imaginations of college basketball fans nationwide with their improbable NCAA run. Upsetting a Syracuse team that many “experts” favored to win the tournament in the Elite Eight, and Big Ten power Michigan State in the National Semifinal was not enough; Butler knew… Read More