When does the loneliness end and when does the new life after separation begin?
Over 20 years I was part of a “we”.
Now I’m just a “me”.
From a household full of children to an empty rented space, and barely any contact with my kids.
This is the worst kind of loneliness I have ever known….
Brian Griffin-Never Gonna Give You Up
There’s a new series on Travel Channel, Airport 24/7. The series shows us about life on Miami International Airport that handles 38 million passenger a year which sums up about 800 flights a day and it is currently the fastest rising airport in terms of passenger number in USA.
Pikes Peak International Hill Climb
On a normal day, one can drive up Pikes Peak. It is a two-lane highway that goes all the way to 14,110 feet above sea level. Fringing the road is a forest littered with pine trees, shrubs and huge boulders. Climb higher and the timberline gives way to rocks, sand and dust. It really makes for a scenic drive.
Today, August 12, is not a normal day. There are spectators sitting 10 feet from the edge of the road, eyes and camera looking towards the Start Line. Climb higher and one could be sitting between the edges of the road and the cliff of the mountain. Dangerous? Without a doubt. Yet, this level of danger is somehow appropriate.
Terms of Service
Ever wondered how restaurant staff members communicate with each other? Or why some diners have curious letters appended to their reservations? New York Times offer a selection of secret codes used in the dining rooms and in the kitchens of Some New York’s fine establishment.
Viewpoint: How PowerPoint changed Microsoft and my life
Microsoft bought PowerPoint 25 years ago, on 31 July 1987. The result may have been more valuable to Microsoft than any of the more than 100 acquisitions it has made since. But the company’s founder, Bill Gates, wasn’t keen to buy PowerPoint initially.