FEAR ITSELF Yesterday I was talking about “just in case” scenarios and how we spend so much of our time and energy (and money) preparing for the worst. Then I remembered another one. A couple of weeks ago, Art and I bought a car. We had done our “due diligence”, reading up on the various


    JUST IN CASE Well, it’s come again. I can’t avoid it anymore. It’s the yearly clean up. This is the beginning of a process wherein I gather up all the papers from the past year, file them away in big cardboard boxes with labels like, “Bank Statements, 2004”, “Business Receipts, 2004”, etc., and then stack