Author Archives: Leonard J. Press, O.D., FAAO, FCOVD

About Leonard J. Press, O.D., FAAO, FCOVD

Developmental Optometry is my passion as well as occupation. Blogging allows me to share thoughts in a unique visual style.

The Joys of Getting Older

The front cover: The back cover: The contents: Customer reviews are mostly positive: 5 out of 5 stars – Wonderful book! – by S.K. Smith December 28, 2010.  This fall I purchased this book for each of my birthday group. … Continue reading

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The Wellness Project

Enjoyed Phoebe Lapine’s new book immensely.  A self-described guide to finding the middle ground between health and hedonism, Phoebe provides eminently do-able ways in which you can become the architect of your own health one small step at a time. … Continue reading

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Another Milestone!

A joy to witness the high school graduation of our eldest granddaughter, Atara Goldstein, this afternoon.  So proud of all her accomplishments, including National Honor Society, but mostly the beautiful young woman she has grown into, inside as well as … Continue reading

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Happ Retrospective

By special request, a retrospective of Ian Happ through the baseball years as he readies himself at the top of the lineup again today for the Cubs’ afternoon start at Wrigley.  The sequence is:  Mt. Lebanon Devils (High School), Harwich … Continue reading

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Another Nod to Joseph-Beth

It’s been nearly seven years since I blogged about Joseph-Beth, and it was great to see on our recent trip to Cincy that this independent bookseller is still going strong.  Such a pleasure to browse there, discovering many titles published … Continue reading

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Beautiful 8th Grade Graduation

A beautiful evening yesterday, with our eldest Cincinnati granddaughter, Chaya Gittel Goldberg being awarded her 8th grade diploma.  The poise with which she carried herself, and her heartfelt remarks, made us all proud.  Her artistic flair in helping create her … Continue reading

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“The Ian Happ Game”

CSN Chicago is already dubbing last night’s contest on ESPN “The Ian Happ Game”, no doubt because he homered in two of his first three at bats producing 4 RBIs that would be more than the margin of victory in … Continue reading

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