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Life gets in the way and selfishly, I live It

A few days ago, a friend died. And a couple weeks ago, my uncle died. Both, too soon. In each case, I felt like I hadn’t connected often enough or in a proper time frame to let them know they mattered. They mattered to me. We all […]

In the Blink of an Eye

In the Blink of an Eye

With age, you start thinking. Becoming more introspective, I suppose. You have a life’s worth of experience and events, good and bad. Much more so than in your teens or twenties, you start looking over the decisions and the choices you’ve made, and wondering what […]

Why doesn’t the world notice just how freakin’ awesome I am?

Why doesn’t the world notice just how freakin’ awesome I am?

This past summer, I was present when a tragedy took place.  A young man died while I stood just a few feet away.  It shook me from a complacence to which lately, I’d become accustomed.  Tragedies do that you. Death does that to you. Next […]