When Terror Strikes

Having lived through 9/11 in New York City, I well understand what’s happening in Boston today.  Words don’t adequately describe what it’s like to cope with this type of tragedy. In moments like these questions rage, hearts suffer, minds are in...

The Shake-Up

I ran my usual 5 miles the other day but this time shook it up a bit.  I took the path I’ve run a hundred times before, but this time ran it in the opposite direction. Sounds simple, but after so many familiar treks around those bends, this time a lot appeared...
Silver, Good China, and No More Holding Back

Silver, Good China, and No More Holding Back

At our house we have a simple tradition on Christmas day….one person takes the gifts from beneath the tree and puts them in a pile for the others.  Then we open them individually while everyone else watches. It struck me today, on the start of a brand new year,...

The Myth of Missing Out

Have you ever felt like you were missing out or being left behind?  I sure have.  Sometimes professionally and often in my personal life, I’ll see others who seem to have it all why I wait for a few crumbs to be thrown my way. One such “crummy”...

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