Five weeks after Hannah's diagnosis (five years ago today, hence the reflective post), I had six weeks off work, less because of the emotional trauma we'd been through and more because of the magnitude of the lists that needed to be dealt with.
We all know how the 2003 Iraq War turned out. Today's Iraq syndrome could save us from a repeat of that debilitating war. In doing so, it might also compel policymakers to find a better way to combat terrorism.
Tiger Woods' personal life may have a long road to redemption, but I'm just a fan. Tiger owes me nothing. I just want to watch him whack a ball hundreds of yards and sink it into a small hole on a landscaped lawn.