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Just Double Loop It

We’ve all done it, when something isn’t working, you continue to work to resolve with the same approach even when the results show it’s obviously not working. 313 more words



Last week I was in New Orleans for a work conference spending my days in sessions with titles such as, “Infor AP Automation  ” and  “Building Consolidated Financials with Lawson Business Intelligence “.    337 more words


City Lights

I can no longer
the whispers in the sky,
because I cannot  find
from my ever distracted mind.

The sounds that once
assured… 11 more words


Welcome Autumn!

A subtle shift in the air today announces the change of season.  Autumn, held at bay by an almost unbelievably warm (hot!) Seattle summer, is done waiting.  256 more words


Reflect: In-Between Bitterness and Hate

If there is one thing I learned from the past eight months, it’s to let go of bitterness and hate. It’s way more difficult for someone alike to my nature of keeping the grave hurdles to myself—hardly that I let a number of people in to know that vulnerable state of myself, that’s just how I do—because I’m not bold enough to rant easily and be exposed like that in person, but only in writing do I get to comfortably express. 431 more words


Memory and "True" Stories

In class on Thursday, we’ll watch a brief excerpt from an interview with Tim O’Brien to get a sense of how he reflects on his own work as a writer. 160 more words