Jobs? I’ve had more than my share. When I was 14 I started working in the summer as a filing clerk for the construction company where my mom worked in accounts payable. This was before computers so I became a paperwork champion. My task list was small and I got bored quickly. I got nosey… Continue reading Someone Forgot to Tell me About College
Before I go any further with the present, I want you to understand my beginning. I want you to understand why I deeply empathize with the human struggle and why I take it very personal when people judge people who have less or are struggling. In August, 1980, my dad broke his neck after diving into our… Continue reading Childhood. What’s that?
You are alone. Scary, right? It's true. I woke up at 40 years old and this reality hit me like a truck. I am alone. That doesn't mean that I don’t have anybody. It doesn't mean that you don’t have anybody. What it means is that when life gets real and you face the hardest… Continue reading When a Ginger Snaps