I still haven't learned the art of telling this blog's sort of stories in 140 characters or fewer. So far, I think two tweets, both from 19 Feb, might fit.
The first is about my grandfather's incredible efforts in preserving genealogical information from old Punjabi land records:
My daughter calls cemeteries "dictionaries." My grandfather agrees: he finds meaning by looking up the names of the dead. #familyhistory
The other tweet was meant as a joke, but I think it also gets a bit at the paradox of how the sheer amount of time parents and children spend together can make it feel repetitive and banal even though it's also the most important, and often destiny-shaping, part of our lives:
Sometimes being a parent feels like being the movie Groundhog Day, only with fewer opportunities for redemption.
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