Sometimes I write a blog post about someone who has touched my life in a meaningful way. I often refer to these people as heroes of mediocrity. But, there’s nothing mediocre about this bitch. In fact, there’s nothing mediocre about … Continue reading
This post is very special to me. It’s about my best friend Paula and her two-year-old autistic daughter, Samantha. Complications with her insurance company have made it nearly impossible for Sam to get the treatment she needs. We have started a … Continue reading
For those of you who have seen this blog or know me well, it’s no secret that I have anxiety. Actually, I don’t really have anxiety. I kind of own it. Like, I think I may have coined the term. … Continue reading
I had to get glasses today. Well, actually, I went to the eye doctor last week, because I was having trouble focusing at work. But, I picked them up today. So, now I have to worry about my brain and my eyes … Continue reading
Meet Bob: the Irish story teller, master clock repairman, school-bus-driver, and Loyola graduate with a wife named Kathy and two pugs named “Oliver”, and “Pugsy Malone”. As a young man, he served time in the U.S. Navy during the Cuban Missile … Continue reading
My Dad, super cute, super awesome…. just, super.
It’s true that some people in life will surprise you, for both better and worse. It took me ten years to see the depravity and sheer conniving nature of an old friend who never deserved the time and energy I … Continue reading
Our greatest leaders, thinkers, and contributors are often classified somewhere between rebel and revolutionary; the answers to our most difficult questions remain unseen because we struggle to look between the two opposite sides of the spectrum. Our world is convoluted … Continue reading