I’ve done this tagged meme before, but since my favorites list is ever-changing, I thought I’d do it again. List 10 books that have stayed with you long after you read them. Don't think too much about the exercise. Be spontaneous. You’re supposed to tag other people here. I don't tag people. Just participate if … Continue reading Books that Stay
Dog Shaming: Version – My House
We have four fantastically personalitied dogs, two large and two small. They are a source of constant entertainment, love, scorn, frustration, laughter, and anything else you can pull out of the emotional bag. We love them immensely. After my daily visits to Dog-shaming.com, I decided to bring down the "wrath" on our own fur beasts. … Continue reading Dog Shaming: Version – My House
The earmarks of a life tend to be driven by where the boundaries of the comfort zone fall. Think about it. All of those big moments, the devastations, the triumphs, the failures…all of those things happened when you were pushing, pull, breaking through, and down-right trampling the circle of your comfort zone. That’s kind of … Continue reading Breaking Fences
The Memory of a Footprint: 9/11
It’s not often that I share my own memory of 9/11. I might have recounted it at one time, but for whatever reason, it’s not a yearly thing for me to share. I was working at a technical recruiting firm in Atlanta, GA at the time. Being the payroll administrator, I wasn’t chained to my … Continue reading The Memory of a Footprint: 9/11
Why not open with a story about poop?
I thought long and hard about what I might talk about in my first post. There are so many things I’ll be exploring here that I felt the most perfect decision would be to share one of my most horrific memories. Of course, this might tell you enough about me. Let’s hope your constitution can … Continue reading Why not open with a story about poop?